Although the cherry tree is widespread throughout Italy, it is very difficult to obtain a monofloral honey from it. Its flowering, in fact, occurs simultaneously with that of other plants, including the dandelion. Furthermore, by flowering so early, bees use nectar for their nourishment and the production of honey for our consumption is complex. The possibility of obtaining it there is only where there are large crops, such as in Emilia-Romagna and Piedmont. The crystallization takes place slowly, changing its color until it reaches a greyish-white hue. It gives rise to a pasty mass with fine crystals. The honey has an extremely pleasant taste that recalls the taste of cherry, with aftertaste reminiscent of the taste of bitter almond.