About Leatherwood Honey
Tasmanian Leatherwood Honey is truly unique as are the forests it originates from. Beekeepers delve deep into the Tarkine forests on the west coast of Tasmania where Eucryphia Lucida eucalyptus (Leatherwood) grows.
Accessing the areas within the forests where Leatherwood is found is quite a mission for beekeepers. Narrow winding roads; inaccessible tracks add to their challenges of locating their hives for the bees to collect the nectar. Hives have been known to be taken in by helicopter.
Flavour and Texture
Tasmanian Leatherwood Honey has a strong floral aroma from the white flowers which produce the nectar. The exotic taste of caramelised citrus leaves a lingering spicy aftertaste which will linger on your tastebuds.
You are guaranteed the full Tasmania wilderness experience with AB’s genuine Tasmanian Leatherwood Honey.
If using this honey in one of your favourite recipes, like this Slow Cooked Sticky Honey Chicken, you can expect a new spicy undertone.
Leatherwood Honey can be enjoyed on a buttered bagel for breakfast or drizzled over your chosen cereal. It can be used to sweeten and flavour tea and coffee or enjoyed in a fruit smoothie. It is also delicious with ice-cream or mixed through natural yoghurt for a healthy treat. The only limit to the different ways you can enjoy this real raw honey is your imagination…
100% pure, raw, Australian honey, naturally produced by bees and brought to you by Australian Beekeepers.
Due to legislation in New Zealand, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Norfolk Island and Kangaroo Island, we are unable to deliver AB’s Leatherwood Honey (or any other honey products) to these areas.
When buying products in glass jars, our team will carefully seal your honey jar lids with tape and package accordingly before they leave our warehouse. Unfortunately, we cannot prevent leakages caused during transit time and as such, we cannot replace or provide refund for these items. We appreciate your understanding.
Do you use honey in your commercial kitchen orbusiness? Buy bulk Tasmanian Leatherwood Honey here.