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MALFROY'S GOLD - SEASONAL WILD HONEY

Malfroy’s Gold award-winning honey is available in a number of seasonal varieties.
These premium and rare varieties are a reflection of the region in which our bees are
located and the diverse Australian flora from which the honey is produced.
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Malfroy’s Gold Wild honey has a superior flavour, texture and aroma to other commercially available honeys as we do not heat, blend or micro-filter the honey in the pressing or
bottling process. Our honey remains as nature intended it to be, cold pressed from
virgin comb, fresh from our own beehives and complete with naturally occurring
bee bread (pollen) and propolis.
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Please visit WILD HONEY and NATURAL BEEKEEPING for an insight into how our
honey is produced. Please see below for the flavour profiles of each honey variety
and available sizes.
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Our honey is available for online purchase, for details please visit PURCHASE PRODUCTS.
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  AVAILABLE VARIETIES
   
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  SEASONAL VARIETALS PRODUCED ABOVE THE BROODNEST IN WARRE HIVES
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Blue Mountains Wildflower World Heritage Poly-Flora - Liquid
 
Malfroy's Gold Pure Blue Mountains Honey

Malfroy's Gold Grey Ironbark Blossom
Malfroy's Gold Wollemi Wilderness Flora
Malfroy's Gold Pink Tea Tree Flower

This honey is produced by our bees in the isolated and ancient wild sandstone forests, woodlands, heaths and swamps of the World Heritage Blue Mountains.

The bees are surrounded by a diverse mix of bio-regions all within flight range of the same apiary, leading to an incredible diversity of nectar and pollen sources. This results in a complex, intense and ever-changing flavour profile in the honey.


The area is fantastically rich in melliferous wildflowers (the Blue Mountains alone has almost as many endemic plant species as the entire UK), all adding subtle complexities to the honey. No single jar is the same; each speaks of the unique landscape of the Blue Mountains.

For example, the spring wildflower honey, which is often dominated every 2nd year by Yellow Bloodwood, has an intensely sweet floral flavour with rich caramel notes. The autumn harvest often produces an amber coloured honey dominated by Red Bloodwood. The Red Bloodwood tree yields a rich, strong nectar with resinous perfume (owing to the 'blood' or kino/resin produced in abundance by the tree), subtle bitter notes and unique characteristic texture.

Due to the nature of the various floral sources, this honey may be crystallised in the jar.


Malfroy's Gold Blue Mountains Region

Malfroy's Gold Blue Mountains Flora
Some of the rare varieties produced in the last 5 seasons with Warré hives include:

Red Bloodwood (Corymbia gummifera)
Blackthorn (Bursaria spinosa)
Yellow Bloodwood (Corymbia eximia)
Blue Mountains Ash (Eucalpytus oreades)
Prickly Leaved Tea Tree (Melalueca styphelioides)
Smooth Barked Apple (Angophora costata)
Narrow-Leaved Angophora (Angophora bakeri)
Rock Apple (Angophora hispida)
Brown Barrel (Eucalyptus fastigata)
Grey Gum (Eucalyptus punctata)
Forest Red Gum (Eucalyptus tereticornis)
Grey Ironbark (Eucalyptus paniculata)
Narrow-Leaved Ironbark (Eucalyptus crebra)
Red Ironbark (Eucalyptus sideroxlyn)
Blue Mountains Peppermint (Eucalyptus piperita)

Spring Wildflower : consisting predominantly of wild ‘pea’ flowers (Dillwynia, Daviesia, Pultenaea, Bossiaea), Spider flowers (Grevillea species ) and tea trees (Leptospermum species)

(See available sizes below and our Purchase Products page for product availability)


   
Yellow Box Eucalyptus melliodora - Liquid
 
Malfroy's Gold Yellow Box Honey 400g


Malfroy's Gold Yellow Box Blossom

A famous tree of the grassy woodlands, this Eucalypt yields her sweet, light,
aromatic nectar every 2-4 years over the hot summer months.

Our Yellow Box honey is produced in the Central Tablelands of NSW at altitudes of
700 – 1000m.

When in the height of bloom the Great Eastern Ranges are alive with her floral,
aromatic perfume.

In pure form, this is a delicate liquid honey with a hay yellow colour, full body, characteristic sweet floral flavour and lingering clean high notes.

Yellow Box also has the lowest GI rating of any Australian honey (35).
A classic Australian honey.

Also available in frames of pure Honeycomb.

(See available sizes below and our Purchase Products page for product availability)

Red Stringybark Eucalyptus macrorhynncha - Liquid
 
Malfroy's Gold Red Stringybark 400g






Malfroy's Gold Red Stringybark Blossom


Only every 4-8 years will this tree flower, enlivening our bees to collect her rich, amber
nectar during autumn.

Growing on elevated hills of the Grassy Woodlands, the honey produced is one of the finest in Australia. Our Red Stringybark honey is collected from the Central Tablelands region at altitudes of 800-1100m. 

A true rarity, this honey has a deep bright amber colour and a rich, bold, spicy, toffee-like flavour with smoky, earthy undertones.

Pure Red Stringybark honey rarely crystallises, is exceptionally high in mineral content and has the second lowest GI rating of any Australian honey (44).

In our opinion this is one of the finest varieties of honey in the world.

(See available sizes below and our Purchase Products page for product availability)

   
   
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  WARRE POST-BROOD HONEY: SEASONALLY PRODUCED IN WARRE HIVES
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Warré Post-Brood Poly Flora - Produced from post-brood comb - Cloudy/fine crystals
     
A unique and medicinal honey, produced exclusively in Warré hives from ‘post-brood’ combs.

Post brood combs contain the highest amounts of bee bread (fermented pollen) and propolis, resulting in an outstandingly rich, complex flavour.

One can think of the honeys produced above the broodnest as capturing the essence of the plants the bees have been foraging on, and the honeys produced through the broodnest as containing the essence of the plants and also the honeybee superorganism, which has a high level of expression in this honey.

The dark combs are pressed gently at the end of the season, the liquid honey settled and then bottled immediately into glass jars.

This is a wonderful rich honey for the winter months, to spoon onto greek yoghurt or spread thickly onto good quality sourdough with cultured butter. The options are endless!

Even eating small amounts regularly, straight from the jar should aid general health and wellbeing.

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  AVAILABLE SIZES
   
  400g Honey
 
Malfroy's Gold 400g Square Jar


Square Glass Jar

Premium seasonal varieties packed in attractive square glass jars.

(See our Purchase Products page for variety availability)
  1kg Honey
 
Malfroy's-Gold-Honey-1kg-Jar

Glass Jars


Seasonal varieties packed in 1kg Jars.

(See our Purchase Products page for variety availability)

   
 
Our honey is available in pure, seasonal varieties - please visit PURCHASE PRODUCTS for details.

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