Honey Malt from Gambrinus. Add for a sweet, nutty and slightly toasted flavor. Good choice in Brown and Special Ales. Aroma is reminiscent of honey, hence the name. Effective flavor contribution from steeping.
I cannot attest to the diastatic power but I only use this at 1-5% of the grain bill so it's not an issue. Even at 1% it has a lovely and notable flavor contribution that might be easy to overdo. Lovibond is 15-25˚L I would guess.
I don't have a recipe for this but with homebrewing you can't go wrong. What is the worst thing that is going to happen? Slightly different beer? I love to try new stuff and that is what this is for me. Next!!
If you do mostly malt extract brewing then you can't go wrong in using this malt, it smells like honey and it has a nice but not over powering flavor like the heavier colored malts. I also noticed that it gave my beer a sweeter smell but not much on the taste. Definitely one of my top favorites its a must try!