Raw Honey from Melbourne Australia and the surrounding region
For honey from other regions and/or for alternatives please visit The Beekeeper Network.
In order to produce pristine honey we are aiming to keep our honey-
Throughout the year our beehives are getting relocated to different locations within Victoria, following the flowers and enabling our bees to collect nectar from a variety of flowering plants, mainly Eucalyptus trees and Tea Tree and produce a variety of raw honey with different colours and flavours.
Honey gets commonly labelled according to the flora source the bees have collected the nectar from. To label honey after a particular flora source at least 40% of it should come from that particular plant -
Honey coming from a mix of flora sources, or when a predominant source cannot be determined, gets labelled "Wildflower Honey", "Multi Flora", "Garden Honey" or after the area or region it is coming from.
Raw Honey is cold extracted and cold filtered
To preserve the beneficial substances contained in raw Honey we practise cold extraction and cold filtering. At no time in the process our honey is heated or brought in contact with hot objects like decapping knifes. The internal hive temperature of 35°C is the highest temperature our honey ever gets exposed to. We practise cold filtering through a fine strainer, resulting in raw honey which may contain fine particles of pollen and wax, proteins, vitamins, minerals and enzymes -
Please note that the 2012/2013 season has not produced much honey and we have run out of stock.
Until further notice, we have no honey for sale.
We apologize for the inconvenience.