$24.95

 Overview

Our bees have fed on Manuka, Kanuka, Rewarewa and Kamahi plants, creating a rich, velvety texture and intense toffee flavoured honey.  Infused with NZ native horopito over 3 months gives our trademarked honey a unique "sweet heat"

Our honey will next be hand extracted and bottled in the late Summer.

Why buy?

Raw, with no commercial processing or heat treatment, all the natural goodness and health benefits have been preserved for your enjoyment.

Horopito honey is great as an exciting condiment or as a glaze for those bbq pitmasters!  Impress friends and family with this unique product available only from Rhayne.

Our Responsibilities

We have used glass jars and absorbed the costs ourselves, please reuse, recycle or repurpose the jars. 

Risks

As long as a person is not allergic to bee pollen, raw honey is generally safe to use.

People should not give honey to infants under the age of 1 because of the risk of infant botulism. Honey is safe from the age of 1 upwards. This applies to both raw and regular honey.

Raw honey may trigger or aggravate allergies in people sensitive to pollen who would otherwise not have trouble eating processed honey. If you or your family have sensitivities to pollen, it's a good idea to steer clear of raw honey.

SKU: RH15

Customer Reviews

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Leanne Jackson (Tauranga, NZ)
Honey

Honey has a nice slight pepper flavour. Works well on Vogel's toast.

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Matt Elvin (Auckland, NZ)
Great delivery

Great delivery before Christmas and we received it on Christmas Eve

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Chris Walls (Wellington, NZ)
Honey with an ooh!

This is our second purchase of the Horopito Infused Honey and won't be our last! You taste just the honey initially, then the heat and peppery flavour creeps up on you. A nice treat on your toast, plus we've also been using it when roasting vegetables in the oven: sweet and peppery, nice.

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Loma (Tamahere, NZ)
Honey

YUM. Spread on chicken , and roasted slowly, On Toast, many other things to try it with.

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Loma (Tamahere, NZ)
Honey

Yum