Sweet Nature (Taylor Pass Honey Co)
Taylor Pass lies at the heart of one of the most untouched and breathtaking places on earth - the South Island of New Zealand. It's there that you will find Taylor Pass's bee hives - nestled amongst mountains and valleys where bees work the unique flora to produce award winning honey with the signature flavours and properties of the land. Taylor Pass is the proud recipient of multiple awards in the 2016 New Zealand Honey Awards for its unique taste.
Mountain Harvest Honey
The Mountain Harvest team places their bee hives in remote sites only accessible by carefully placed tracks that cause no ecological damage to the pristine forests of Mt. Hikurangi, New Zealand. It is here the bees can forage deep in the Manuka forests to collect the prized nectar. All Mountain Harvest Honey is collected from our own hives. This guarantees that every jar of Mountain Harvest Honey can be traced back to the Manuka forest and hives that it came from.
Fewster's Farm has been gathering honey from the forests of Western Australia since 1916. It's hundred year old tradition and processes of bee keeping and harvesting of honey ensures high quality. Fewster's Farm's Jarrah honey is highly antimicrobial and is measured in scientific laboratories to measure its activity. Fewster's Farm's Jarrah honey is not just unique in its taste but also its low Glycemic Index quality.
Under the shadow of Mt Egmont in the wild and unspoilt back country of Taranaki some of New Zealand’s purest Manuka forests thrive. From these beautiful remote forests the bees from Egmont Honey harvest Manuka Honey which is among the purest, cleanest and most potent in New Zealand. Egmont UMF Manuka Honey is independently tested and certified for its levels of Methylglyoxal and other unique properties ensuring purity and quality. Manuka Honey is believed to have many positive health giving affects, (particularly when applied topically) its most well-known property is its potent antibacterial power which has been shown to destroy antibiotic resistant so called “super bugs” in clinical situations.