A true gem of New Zealand, this magical and mysterious honey is known around the world for its charismatic flavour profile. Over a period of six weeks, New Zealand honey bees are hard at work producing tons of honey consumed globally every year.
Manuka honey is hazelnut in colour falling into the Dark Amber category on the Pfund colour grading system. Smelling Manuka for the first time you will quickly discover the subtle notes of fresh rain, and caramelised sugar — New Zealand in a jar. The flavour is equally impressive; as the honey crystals dissolve between your tongue and palate your taste buds will come alive with earthy notes and caramelised sugars with hints of pepper and ginger.
In addition to the bold flavour profile; Manuka honey is also rich in nutrients, enzymes, and antioxidants.
The colour of beechwood honey is based on seasonality. Honey produced in the spring is auburn in colour and falls under the Light Amber category in the Pfund colour grading system. Beechwood in the autumn is claret in colour and falls under the Amber category on the Pfund colour grading system. It smells earthy and well refined. As the liquid honey spreads across your tongue you will quickly discover warm sugary notes with hints of pine resin and caramelised sugar.
Beechwood is not only a flavourful honey, it also contains minerals and antioxidants due to its raw and unpasteurised nature.