Le sfu­ma­tu­re del mie­le (Sha­des of ho­ney)

VOGUE Bambini - - MODA -

Ave­te mai guar­da­to be­ne il mie­le? Ci so­no nuan­ce ina­spet­ta­te e co­sì ric­che di ri­fles­si da po­ter­ne sti­la­re una ve­ra e pro­pria ta­vo­loz­za! Ci ha pen­sa­to l’api­col­to­re An­drea Pa­ter­no­ster nel suo ‘Mie­li­cro­mia’, una sor­ta di ‘pan­to­ne’ dei mie­li, che ne clas­si­fi­ca colore, no­te or­ga­no­let­ti­che, luo­ghi d’ori­gi­ne, ca­rat­te­ri­sti­che bo­ta­ni­che dei fio­ri, spun­ti in cucina. E lui, ap­pas­sio­na­to pro­dut­to­re dei Mie­li Thun, or­ga­niz­za de­gu­sta­zio­ni per gran­di e bam­bi­ni, rac­con­tan­do la sto­ria dei suoi mie­li come fos­se un at­to­re. O.P.

Have you ever ta­ken a clo­se look at ho­ney? The­re are unex­pec­ted nuan­ces so ri­ch in re­flec­tions that it could crea­te an au­then­tic pain­ter’s pa­let­te! Bee­kee­per An­drea Pa­ter­no­ster did ju­st that in his book ‘Mie­li­cro­mia’ (Ho­ney­chro­me), a sort of Pan­to­ne for ho­ney that clas­si­fies co­lor, or­ga­no­lep­tic notes, pla­ces of ori­gin, the bo­ta­ni­cal cha­rac­te­ri­stics of the flo­wers, and re­ci­pes. An­drea, who is the pas­sio­na­te pro­du­cer of Mie­li Thun, or­ga­ni­zes ta­sting ses­sions for young and old and tells the sto­ry about his dif­fe­rent ty­pes of ho­ney ju­st li­ke an ac­tor.

Giac­chi­no di Fun & Fun. T-shirt e pan­ta­lo­ni, di Pe­tit Ba­teau. Slip-on di Si­mo­net­ta Shoes.

Jac­ket by Fun & Fun. T-shirt and trou­sers, by Pe­tit Ba­teau. Slip-ons by Si­mo­net­ta Shoes.

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