Sourced from the ancient Jarrah forests near the town of Karragullen, Western Australia, this very rare and active honey has amber colour. For a wine lover, the taste of this Jarrah honey is like tasting a Cabinet Sauvignon with a complexity of taste sensations. When it first touches the tongue, the mild sweetness and floral smell provide a pleasant feel to the whole mouth. The smoothness of the honey when enters the throat the complexity include an earthy aroma, a smell of ancient tree pollen and a refreshing mixture of air and floral. The word comes out from the brain is “yummy”.
Jarrah honey harvests are becoming rare as the forests diminish the climates changes and Jarrah trees blossoms only biennially (every two years). What makes this stock rare and with limited edition is its TA 66 rating, supported by accredited laboratory analysis.
This rare and super active honey is now available in jars of 260 grams and 500 grams. However, stock is limited and running out fast.
Sourced from the state forest in WA, this Jarrah honey has a TA rating of 40+ which is equivalent to MGO 1250+, or, two to three times of the average rating of Manuka honey available in the market.
It has a darker amber colour and nutty note favour. The smoothness of the honey will just flow through the throat with a long lasting sweet feel.
This honey is available in 260g jars.
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