Jarrah Honey, Royal Reserve

$36.27

Jarrah honey, Royal Reserve.

MELISSEUS, The King Of Honey.

Exceptional Quality : We carefully select the highest quality Jarrah honey for our Royal Reserve bottling only the most outstanding batches from each harvest. Royal Reserve is raw, coarse filtered and always 100% authentic.

Realsource Certified: The Realsource mark is used to distinguish single batch honey that can be securely traced back to its origin. Realsource laboratory tests each batch against a number of quality parameters to prove its authenticity and the test results are published online.

Glass Jar: 450g

Origin : Western Australia.

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Jarrah honey, Royal Reserve.

MELISSEUS, The King Of Honey.

Exceptional Quality : We carefully select the highest quality Jarrah honey for our Royal Reserve bottling only the most outstanding batches from each harvest. Royal Reserve is raw, coarse filtered and always 100% authentic and from Western Australia.

Realsource Certified: The Realsource mark is used to distinguish single batch honey that can be securely traced back to its origin. Realsource laboratory tests each batch against a number of quality parameters to prove its authenticity and the test results are published online.

Contains: Pure Jarrah honey from the Jarrah forests of Western Australia’s south west.
Total Activity: 18+. Jarrah is strongly antibacterial and antimicrobial. See the official test results for batch 01-8/000029 at www.hiveshare.net/realsource

HMF (parts per million) 5.4 : Hydromethylfurfural increases with heat. Anything under about 10 proves the honey is raw and unprocessed (although sometimes it can naturally be higher in some varieties).

Jarrah Pollen Count (%): 61. Manual pollen counts are one of the best ways to ensure that the primary source of the honey comes from the Jarrah Tree (Eucalyptus Marginata).

Flavour profile: Caramel and Molasses organoleptic qualities. It is an amber coloured honey with a smooth and strong full bodied malt flavour.

Glass Jar: 450g

Honey contains a treasure of hidden nutritional and medicinal value for centuries. The sweet golden liquid from the beehive is a popular kitchen staple carrying antibacterial and antifungal properties that has been used since the early days of Egyptian tombs.

All around Australia bees are busy visiting flowers to collect nectar and pollen. The flowers visited give honey its flavour and colour. Bees tend to work less than 200 metres from the hive, but can range up to more than 1.5 km away if necessary.

Origin : Western Australia.

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