Produced by bees foraging on responsibly managed Red Gum trees, Red Gum is highly prized Australian antimicrobial honey. The Red Gum tree is native only to certain parts of Western Australia and since these areas are among the last remaining disease and pest free areas of the world, our Red Gum honey is produced without the use of pesticides. Red Gum trees grow up to 60 metres tall, yet they only flower from December to January, every two years. Each flower doesn’t last long, giving local bees only a few weeks every other year to produce this rare honey. Red Gum 10+ honey is clear and golden in colour with a sweet, mild flavour. It has a firm consistency with a granular texture.
Red Gum honeycomb is rich gold in colour, with a sweet, mild flavour. Waxy and deliciously sticky in consistency, this is honey with texture. Red Gum honey is great on waffles, in salad dressings and sauces as well as being perfect to use as an exfoliating facemask or to soothe sore throats and coughs.
Preventative. Restorative. Healing.