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The House of Honey™ has a wide range of honey related items available for purchase at it's store in the Swan Valley. Click here for location details or continue reading for more information on the types of honeys available in-store.
All of The House of Honey's™ active honeys are independently tested and verified for activity by an independent laboratory in accordance to world stand testing methods. TA = The antimicrobial quality is measured by the term 'Total Activity (TA). Reports available.
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Jarrah TA+20 (Active)
Jarrah is an amber coloured honey with a full bodied malt flavour. Jarrah Honey is considered a prized honey amongst beekeepers as the jarrah forests dwindle from dieback and clearing. Delicious in all cuisine Jarrah Honey is not only smooth but has amazing healing abilities.
Redgum TA+10 (Active)
A russet coloured honey with a warm stringy plum flavour with gentle hints of coffee undertones. Red gum honey is famous for its natural heat. This honey is collected locally from Bindoon; The rock and roll of honeys to set your mouth on fire.
Karri TA+30 (Active)
Flowering once every 10 years, this honey is the jewel of the south. Heavenly in flavour and taste. Karri Honey is very smooth on the palate, take care, very addictive.
Leptospermum MGO +20 (Active)
Leptospermums are commonly known as Tea Trees. These honeys include Manuka and Jelly-Bush Trees. This honey can be eaten (slightly bitter) or used topically and is a high-grade healing honey. The methylglyoxal reading indicates the amount of MGO in the honey determining its antibiotic and antibacterial qualities. Leptospermum may crystallise and can have a jelly-like consistency.
West Australia’s Peppermint tree is unique to the south west corner of WA where 80% of this plant species grow naturally. This late Spring honey is dark, dense, full bodied and fruity and was flowering together with the Jarrah trees. A natural blend has occurred and there is a taste of the Jarrah’s full bodied malt flavour.
A silky smooth texture is typical of White Gum honey. This honey has soft toffee-apple and candyfloss undertones. White Gum honey typically crystallises with a fine granule thus making it a favourite for creamed honey. The smooth bark is notable for being covered in a talc-like powder.
Rich with the taste of Spring flowers, wildflower honey has a myriad of flavours as the bees gorge themselves on the first feast of the season. An infinitely changing taste from year to year.
A sunset coloured honey from the robust Banksia heath lands. This honey has hints of sweet citrus, a great tea sweetener.
A unique flower from the limestone coast. Parrot bush honey is dark in colour and light in texture with maple overtones. Great on pancakes or waffles.
Leatherwood honey is produced in the great forests of Tasmania’s wild and rugged west coast. Flowering from approximately January until April, the leatherwood tree (Eucryphia lucida) is endemic to Tasmania and originated nearly 65 million years ago. The best stands of leatherwood are often hidden deep within the forest and can be difficult to access, but the delicious rewards are well worth the trouble.
Creamed honey is one of the finest hive products available. It has a mild flavour, spreads like butter and unlike liquid honey, doesn’t drip. Creamed honey is really crystallized or granulated honey. Our creamed honey possesses a creamy texture because the crystallization process has been precisely controlled.
Cut Honeycomb - Karri
Honey Comb is honey that has been sealed in the Honeycomb by the bees. It is a gourmet delight having a better retention of flavour and aroma as the fresh bouquet is sealed within the wax cells Many monofloral honey types exhibit their best characteristics in the honey comb form. Use Honey comb as a snack, on its own or as a spread on toast or crumpets. It can also be used in cooking or crushed over breakfast fruits. The wax combs can be eaten as well with a delicate flavour of its own.
Currently Out Of Season
This honey is collected by the bees during December- February in the Glenn Eagle area. The Blackbutt tree is of the Eucalyptus family with brilliant white flowers and dark green leaves. Blackbutt honey is high in antioxidents.
A light coloured honey with rich floral undertones. Even though mild in flavour this honey still manages to pack a punch, bursting a flavoursome impact in your mouth.
A silky smooth texture with toffee apple and candy floss undertones. White gum honey crystallises with a fine granule thus making it a favourite for creamed honey.
Bush honey is sourced from a variety of flowering trees and shrubs in our pristine West Australian forests. As the floral source changes with seasons, so does the taste of the honey collected. A good honey for daily use in tea, on scones, crumpets or toast.
This light coloured honey comes from the south east of WA and is a great plant for beekeepers with the creamy yellow flowers prolific from Spring to Autumn. This honey flavour has a buttery end which could be delicious for a morning kick start or in a freshly brewed cup of tea.
Flooded Gum is collected in the height of spring along local river courses. It is a mild, light andflavoursome Eucalyptus honey. It glows a pale orange colour in the light and is great with yourmorning coffee, tea, muesli or crumpets.
This amber coloured honey is a late reward for the bees in Autumn. Strongly scented, Yate has a rich golden syrup like quality that packs a punch when savoured. Delicious on porridge or crumpets and a favourite in cooking when a rich honey flavour is required.
Straight from Badgingarra this dense honey bursts with flavours creating a party in your mouth. A mild honey yet full bodied as it ripens in the height of Summer. This honey will compliment any culinary skills you undertake.
Coral Gum produces a honey that is fruity in flavour but largely mild and palatable. This honey is the pride of the goldfields and has memorable flavour that is easily enjoyed. Great in tea or for use where a mild honey flavour is sought but still holds it flavour.
Melaleucas are commonly known as Paperbarks in the tree forms and Honey Myrtles in the smaller forms. They are found along the edges of swamps and watercourses and most popularly used in the production of tea tree oil.
Bees collect this honey from trees in the Kununurra region. This medium sized tree flowers from January to April and is a prize floral source amongst beekeepers for its unusual and fine tasting honey. With coffee undertones this honey has a smooth yet intense taste. A full bodied dark honey that packs a punch.
Brown Mallet (Eucalyptus Astringens) is a spring honey produced by this tree in the Narrogin district of Western Australia. It is a tall Eucalypt which produces a fine, mild and palatable honey of good flavour and is widely acclaimed. Great in tea or for use where a mild honey flavour is sought.
A rich golden honey that glows within the jar. A burst of flavour that is light yet rich making the taste (TAGASASTE) come alive. A great addition for porridge and tea. Tree Lucerne is a fast growing ornamental shrub planted on farms for windbreaks and cattle fodder.
The Bullich tree is not very well known and occurs in small pockets in the Jarrah/Marri forest in Western Australia’s South West Region. It has a smooth bark with creamy white flowers from April-July. Bullich honey is a well-rounded but smooth honey with a delicate taste- perfect for those hot scones or toast in Winter! It is light in colour with medium density.
Chunk honey is a delicious combination of cut comb which has been submerged into liquid honey. Chunk honey has more benefits than normal liquid honey because it contains propolis and pollen which is removed in normal extracted honey.