Paolo Pescia, a passionate second-generation honey maker, practices “nomadic” beekeeping. Paolo transports his beehives to seasonally flowering zones and protected national parks located in the Tuscan coastal hills, producing monofloral honeys of stunning flavor. All production is done by hand, including the scraping of honey from the combs. All of Pescia's honeys are raw, unpasteurized, unfiltered, and contain no artificial colors or sweeteners. Dr. Pescia was elected a Tuscan “Knight Of The Third Millennium” for his craftsmanship.
From their home base in the Abruzzo Region of Italy, ADI’s Iacovanelli family cares for their bees on strictly organic foraging lands. They blend solid traditions with contemporary innovation. Their honeys are harvested only when they are fully mature - when each honey’s flavor, color, aroma, and nutritional content reaches its pinnacle. Their work with mono-varietal honeys, created during peak flowering for each specific crop, has propelled ADI to the national forefront. Now, after nearly 150 years of dedication, the fourth generation of the Iacovanelli family is one of Italy’s most honored honey producers. All ADI organic honeys are raw, unpasteurized, unfiltered, and contain no artificial colors or sweeteners.