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Manuka

Manuka honey is sourced from the Manuka tree (Leptospermum scoparium) native to New Zealand. Manuka Honey is the only honey found so far that exhibits non-peroxide activity. This is thought to be due to Methylglyoxal, a unique compound found within Manuka Honey. This makes the honey a powerful digestive aid, assisting with allergies and immune defense. It is a potent anti-bacterial agent when used topically for minor wounds and burns. It’s also heat tolerant, enabling it to reach your digestive system without losing any of its beneficial properties.


Multiflora

Our wonderful Multiflora Honey is a distinctive blend of pure, GM Free honeys sourced from New Zealand’s clean and green forests and pastures. Our Multiflora Honey is processed using state-of-the-art equipment and our world-renowned “creamed” honey technique to create a honey with a beautifully smooth texture and superb spread ability. The honey is cool processed (raw) to retain all its natural properties. Multiflora Honey has a light amber color and a mild sweet flavor.


Tawari

Tawari Honey is sourced from the creamy white flowers of New Zealand’s Tawari tree. These richly perfumed flowers produced in late spring, attract the honeybees. Today the majestic evergreen Tawari tree is rare in the unspoiled New Zealand native forests. Its aroma has a rich perfumed musk, incense, sandalwood, orange peel, and licorice. Its clean, rosehip syrup, very sweet golden syrup flavor brings you back for more.


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Rewarewa

Rewarewa Honey, also known as Knightia excelsa, is a native of New Zealand. This forest tree is found from the lowlands to the mountains of the North Island. It is often referred to as New Zealand’s honeysuckle. The honey has the most beautiful dark amber to red color with an intense herbaceous, geranium/dandelion aroma. Its flavor is described as clean, sweet, smoky and malt-like.


Clover

Honeyland’s Clover Honey is a common perennial pasture plant with a rich, gold colored honey. Harvested from the clean, green pastures in New Zealand. Clover honey has significant levels of antioxidants and antimicrobial activity. With an herbal dry grass aroma and a clean, mild and sweet delicate flavor, it’s a traditional favorite in a hot lemon and honey drink.


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Blue Borage

Blue Borage comes from the tall blue wildflowers of Vipers Bugloss (echium vulgare) that cover New Zealand’s mountainsides and the river valley flats of the ruggedly beautiful Southern Island. When the plant begins to bloom, it resembles a coiled viper ready to strike and this may be responsible for its European name. The honey’s color is light golden brown with an initial floral bouquet finished with a dusty rose oil characteristic. Clean tasting, mildly herbal with lemon and floral characteristics and is not invasive when used in a variety of culinary ways. It is an excellent sweetener in tea, herbal teas, coffee etc. Moisture content tends to be a little lower than most other honeys being around 15-16%. This gives the honey a chewy texture. Another characteristic to the honey is slow granulation. This enables the honey to stay liquid for longer.


Honeydew

In contrast to most other honeys, Honeydew Honey is not a floral honey. Instead it is the product of two insect types working to create a delicious and unique honey. Small scale insects inhabit the beech forests and produce a sticky liquid which is collected by honeybees foraging in remote native Black Beech forests in the South Island of New Zealand. Honeydew Honey contains complex sugars called Oligosaccharides which may support and strengthen good intestinal bacteria and digestive functions. Honeydew Honey also contains higher levels of antioxidants compared to other floral honeys. Honeydew is dark in color, with a similar taste to golden syrup or treacle. This runny honey does not crystallize in cooler temperatures and is delicious with plain yogurt, on toast, or in drinks.


Australian Organic

Our Raw Organic Honey, collected straight from our hives in Central West New South Wales, Australia is unpasteurized, unprocessed and unfiltered, packed full of all the natural goodness raw honey must offer! Our honey is so pure that it retains some of the propolis, wax and pollen which are extremely beneficial for your health and well-being. The honey is produced and extracted at a very low temperature to retain the maximum level of live enzymes, nutrients, vitamins and minerals found naturally in honey. This is the closest you will get to honey straight from the hive. Honey Australia’s Certified Raw Organic Honey is harvested and produced under USDA regulations. How are we sure our honey is organic? Our hives are situated in dense national park bushland with at least a 50 kilometer/31 miles radius of bushland, away from food crops and wineries where the plants may be sprayed. Bees will only fly around 6 kilometers/3.5 miles from their hive.


Leatherwood

Australian Leatherwood Honey comes from the island of Tasmania. The leatherwood tree is unique to the rainforest regions of the islands west coast. The leatherwood trees don't start flowering until they are 80 - 100 years old. This really is a unique honey. Leatherwood honey has a smooth, creamy texture and a spicy, buttery taste with tones of citrus and white flowers, that melts in the mouth. With its unique aroma and rich, full-bodied flavor, leatherwood honey is valued by connoisseurs as one of the world’s finest honeys.