King Island, Tasmania
King Island lies at the entrance to Bass Strait and confronts the roaring forties, a wind that terrified mariners for two hundred years.
Uninhabited since time began, it was Europeans who discovered King Island’s natural ability to produce extraordinary food.
King Island Pure Manuka has added honey to the island’s list of amazing produce, complimenting its grass fed beef, juiciest lobsters, purest bottled water and the finest cheeses.
The Manuka Tree
The Manuka Tree is the only floral source available to the bee colonies on King Island. As such they have no choice but to harvest the nectar from the Manuka Tree when it is in flower from late October through to early January each year.
This ensures that King Island Manuka honey is a pure mono floral Manuka honey, that is not tainted by other floral sources.
This is what King Island Pure Manuka promise to deliver to you.
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