Beechwood Honey Dew
Beechwood Honey Dew
Beechwood Honey Dew
Beechwood Honey Dew
Beechwood Honey Dew
Beechwood Honey Dew
Beechwood Honey Dew

Beechwood Honey Dew

Regular price
$6.50
Sale price
$6.50
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We source our Beechwood Honey Dew honey from the black beech forests that stretch along the Southern Alps of the South Island, New Zealand.  Honey Dew is amber in colour and has a full-bodied and silky smooth taste with a distinct and intense aroma of the woods.  It has a malty and earthy flavour.  

Beechwood Honey Dew Honey, also known as Honey Dew, is a lovely runny honey which never crystallises or goes hard.   This is our most popular honey.

Serving Suggestion:  Honey Dew honey pairs perfectly with cheeses and is an ideal drizzle for salads, desserts and Greek yoghurts. Use as a sugar replacement in baking and it is delicioius as a sweetener in drinks.

Extraordinary Health Benefits of Beechwood Honey Dew Honey

This honey contains a higher antioxidant, antibacterial activity level, mineral content and greater nutritional and therapeutic benefits than most regular flower honey.

Some IBS sufferers have enjoyed great results from taking Honey Dew as part of their daily health routine,

 "Honey Dew Honey" has a higher amino acid composition and disease-fighting antioxidant capacity." ~ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2007.

"Honey Dew Honey" contains higher phenolic content responsible for the anti-bacterial activity compared to the other kinds of honey." ~ Agriculture and Life Sciences Division at Lincoln University, New Zealand 2006

"The bioactive compounds content of Honey Dew Honey is very high, compared to other types of honey. Its' antibacterial activity is evidenced by the bacterial growth inhibition for 10 strains of Staphyloccocus aureus." ~ University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, 2008.