Happy bees equal happy honey. The Raw Honey hives follow the flowering cycles from river beds to peppermints, collecting the best quality honey there is. It’s then premium cold extracted and bottled, creating a unique ‘bees blend’.
Flavour: Mild-medium strength, medium-sweetness.
Helps to protect your body from cell damage due to free radicals (myricetin — antioxidants)
May help to treat gastric ulcers caused by H. pylori (antibacterial properties)
May work as a natural antiseptic, killing unwanted bacteria (antibacterial properties)
Can help treat sore throats (antiviral properties)
What goes in.
Raw organic honey.
What's kept out.
Water, fillers and additives.
Did you know?
Did you know many cheaper alternatives of honey are swimming with fillers and additives? Water is often added to dilute it, and glucose and other cheap sugars are occasionally mixed in to make it taste sweeter. While Egmont honey is pure, it’s important to remember that all honey is high in natural sugar and therefore may affect blood sugar levels.
Sourced from theHeathcote-Graytown National Park. Strength (depth): 2/5 Sweetness: 2/5
Having trouble sleeping? Try this cocktail: 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and 1 tablespoon honey, stirred into 1 cup of hot water. Sip and slumber.
Deep in Victoria’s Strathbogie Ranges, on the lush Tablelands, Raw Honey founders Andrew and Moss have been quite the busy bees. While managing their 700 beehives, they developed a knack for Eucalypt honey production. Raw Honey is certified by AusQual; a certification for organic and biodynamic produce. The guys have gone above and beyond, creating a completely off-grid processing facility, powered by solar and with rainwater harvested from their roof. But best of all, the bees are cared for at all times. Andrew and Moss place them where there is sufficient nectar and pollen availability, and they’re given regular clean drinking water. The honey is then harvested ethically, and packaged up ready for our morning smoothies and oats.