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Marri Honey is smooth and delicious

Our range of both Marri honey is gathered from pristine ancient forests in Western Australia. Our Marri honey has a beautifully subtle flavour, collected from the forests in Dwellingup. Marri honey has a high TA35+ rating.

Karri Honey is rich in flavour

With a smooth and rich flavour, our Karri honey originates from the giant Karri trees which only flower every 7-10 years, naturally making our honey produced from these flowers a rarity. Karri honey has a medium TA20+ rating.

Desert Mallee Honey is only produced in small batches

Our Desert Mallee honey originates from the trees in the red ochre soils of Western Australia's historic Goldfields, producing a honey with a deep colour and decadent taste, that can only be collected in small batches.

More Info About Marri, Karri and Mallee Honey

Aside from their beautiful taste and unique colouring, our Mallee, Marri and Karri honey collections all feature incredible natural health benefits, from relieving cold and flu symptoms to aiding with healing cuts and sores.

Enjoy the daily benefits of our eucalypt honey’s stirred into your morning tea, over a warm piece of buttered toast or on your next cheese platter.

More Info About Our Honey's

What are the main characteristics of Marri,Mallee, and Karri honey?

Marri, Mallee, and Karri honey are all unique varieties of honey produced in Western Australia.

Marri honey has a rich, amber colour and a robust flavour with hints of caramel and toffee.

Mallee honey is known for its light colour and delicate, sweet flavour.

Karri honey is prized for its golden colour and distinct floral aroma with notes of citrus.

Where are Marri, Karrie, and Mallee honey sourced from?

Marri honey is sourced from the nectar of the Marri tree (Corymbia calophylla), a species native to Western Australia.

Mallee honey comes from the nectar of various Eucalyptus species that grow in the Mallee region, which is characterised by low, scrubby vegetation.

Karri honey is derived from the nectar of the Karri tree (Eucalyptus diversicolor), a majestic tree found in the southwest region of Western Australia.

What are the health benefits of Marri, Mallee,and Karri honey?

Like other types of honey, Marri, Mallee, and Karri honey offer various health benefits. They contain natural antioxidants and may have antibacterial properties.

These kinds of honey can be used to soothe sore throats, support immune health, and provide a natural energy boost. It's important to note that the specific health benefits may vary slightly depending on the floral sources and the individual properties of each honey variety.


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