Acacia honey, like many other specialized organic kinds of honey, is derived purely from the nectar of the black locust tree flowers, which is native to North America. Known as a “false acacia”, this tree is also present in Europe. Bearing a mildly sweet flavor, this variety of honey is highly sought after around the world.  It is almost clear, like liquid glass, and is a pure, organic form of honey that hasn’t been processed, heated or pasteurized in any way. This type of honey is very good for culinary applications, and can also be used for a number of medicinal purposes, due to the rich nutrients and antioxidants that it contains.
Kashkaval is Bulgaria's popular yellow, semi-hard cheese made from sheep's milk that can be spicy or bland. It's great for grating, cooking and melting, and is similar to Italian pecorino or Greek kasseri, but can variously taste like provolone and even pungent blue cheese (without any hint of mold).