The Tasmanian Meadow Honey is produced by bees that roam the meadows and rich dairy farmlands of Tasmania. The popular "multi-floral" honey, it is rather rich in fragrance. It is also delicate and beautifully smooth.
Where the Bees Make the Tasmanian Meadow Honey
The “Meadow Honey” usually means that the area(s) that the bees collect nectar from is in a meadow. Meadows are open fields that host a unique variety of plants and grasses.
Tasmania’s pasture lands of the lush wild southern island of Australia yields a great variety of flowers. The open woodlands and natural pastures of Northern Tasmania, yield a rich and tasty honey from clover, blackberry, thistle and many endemic species of wildflower.
The delicate Meadow Honey captures a mild, subtle scent. It also has a lingering, fresh flavour that appeals to all taste buds.
Due to the presence of pollen from different flowers, the Meadow Honey helps to boost immunity when taken raw.
The Tasmanian Meadow Honey boasts the following qualities:
Multi-floral fragrance that is smooth to taste
Healthy drink that helps with immunity
Helps soothe sore throat
Helps to reduce symptoms arising from onset of flu