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'Veiled in this fragile filigree of wax is the essence of sunshine, golden and limpid... Honey, even more than wine, is a reflection of place...
(it) is the flower transmuted, its scent and beauty transformed into aroma and taste'
Honey from Flower to Table, 2002, Stephanie Rosenbaum


MalfroysGold500gWildHoneyLimitedEditionRBL
MalfroysGold500gWildHoneyLimitedEditionRBL
MalfroysGold500gWildHoneyLimitedEditionRBL
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• Gold Label Range featuring rare seasonal varieties

• Produced in bee-friendly Warré hives

• Produced from 100% natural comb

Exceeds Biodynamic and Organic standards

Cold pressed (not heated above bee colony temperature)

• Produced in permanent apiaries in isolated wilderness and woodland locations

• Honey is only sourced from our own 300 Warré hives


Tasting Notes by Mike Bennie

MikeBennieMalfroysGold
Mike Bennie, Australian Writer, Public Speaker and Wine Journalist
Instagram: @mikebennie101


Red Bloodwood


An incredibly complex and compelling honey, indeed, one of the most detailed, intriguing and distinct tasting yet. The texture is magnificent, rich, creamy and sticky with a trail of pleasing, lightly silty grip through the ultra-lingering finish. Flavours are lush and luxurious, deep and satisfying, warming almost and, importantly, distinctly nutty-savoury under the caramel and sweet/dried citrus primary flavours. A wealth of indulgent pleasure here. A ‘wow’ honey of highest calibre.

Colour: Medium-gold, hazy-cloudy, flecked
Texture: Ultra creamy/sticky textured, silty finish
Aromas: Toffee, warmed hazelnuts, sandalwood, dried roses, sugared almonds, eucalyptus
Flavours: Crème caramel, almond, candied orange, ginger, toasted hazelnuts, cinnamon


Wild Honey 500g Limited Edition Red Bloodwood

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Just wanted to say thank you for holding such a high standard, quality and protection level for our bees. I am a plant based eater and will only consume this honey due to the standard in which you produce.
Floyd, Victoria, September 2020
Your wild honey is unbelievably delicious and nutrious. It makes our day. It is one of the best things we have eaten.
Juliette, Sydney, September 2020
Damn it’s amazing! The flavor, the energy and nutrition is off the chart. I’m very grateful that you are out there doing this and can supply me with this treasure
Tim, Hong Kong, May 2021
Many thanks for your wonderful and amazing products. They have changed my health and life for the better.
Lorrae, Melbourne, September 2019
I have recently discovered your honey and just wanted to say thank you as it is the most delicious thing I have had…Really it’s amazing. Also I read everything and more about the medicinal qualities so it’s guilt free eating too...Thank you for doing what you do!
Briony, Sydney, February 2022
Wonderful stuff, totally unlike anything I’ve had before. Definitely a future pantry essential
Tim, Blue Mountains, August 2019

• Gold Label Range featuring rare seasonal varieties

• Produced in bee-friendly Warré hives

• Produced from 100% natural comb

Exceeds Biodynamic and Organic standards

Cold pressed (not heated above bee colony temperature)

• Produced in permanent apiaries in isolated wilderness and woodland locations

• Honey is only sourced from our own 300 Warré hives


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Our Gold Label range incorporates incredibly rare, seasonal varieties in small quantities produced from 100% natural comb in bee-friendly Warré hives in the Central Tablelands and Blue Mountains of NSW, Australia.

Red Bloodwood is a unique honey produced in the epic sandstone forests of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

In late summer and into Autumn, the Red Bloodwood tree (Corymbia gummifera) bursts into flower, covering the wilderness canopy with creamy blossoms. Flowering once every 2 to 4 years, the honey produced is a true terroir honey, capturing the essence of the Blue Mountains.

It has a rich, complex flavour, the sweetness complemented by deep resinous notes (owing to the 'blood' or kino/resin produced in abundance by the tree which gives the tree its common name). The amber colour and unique texture make for a beautiful, wild honey produced in a wild landscape.

Red Bloodwood is defined by beekeepers as a ‘short budder’ in that it sets its buds in the month before flowering, (unlike many other Eucalypts, Corymbia’s and Angophora’s that set bud one year or more before flowering). Therefore, blossom is highly influenced by environmental conditions immediately preceding and during flowering.

In recent years, changes to the climate patterns in the region have resulted in periods of very high rainfall during flowering, affecting the honeyflow and making this honey a rarity.

As our Wild honey is genuinely cold pressed from virgin comb it may be crystallised in the jar. Cold pressed honey often has a cloudy or opaque appearance and soft, thick, even texture with finely grained crystals.

Storage Instructions and Important Information

Store in a cool, dry and dark place. Best temperature range for storage and serving is between 15 and 25°C.

Our Wild Honey is bottled in glass jars and all orders are sent with Australia Post's ‘special wine order - fragile’ tape attached, which notifies Australia Post employees to carefully handle the parcel. We also take great care in packaging the product securely for transit.

Please note: As our honey is seasonal, wild, harvested from small apiaries, and bottled in micro batches, natural variation in colour will occur from batch to batch. The honey you receive may be a slightly different colour from that pictured above but is the same variety. We do not overheat, filter or homogenise our honey to make every jar uniform in colour and texture as that damages the nutritional integrity of this super food.

Malfroy's Gold Lower Blue Mountains Apiary (photo © Eric Tourneret)
Malfroy's Gold Lower Blue Mountains Apiary (photo © Eric Tourneret)

Tasting Notes by Mike Bennie

MikeBennieMalfroysGold
Mike Bennie, Australian Writer, Public Speaker and Wine Journalist
Instagram: @mikebennie101


Red Bloodwood


An incredibly complex and compelling honey, indeed, one of the most detailed, intriguing and distinct tasting yet. The texture is magnificent, rich, creamy and sticky with a trail of pleasing, lightly silty grip through the ultra-lingering finish. Flavours are lush and luxurious, deep and satisfying, warming almost and, importantly, distinctly nutty-savoury under the caramel and sweet/dried citrus primary flavours. A wealth of indulgent pleasure here. A ‘wow’ honey of highest calibre.

Colour: Medium-gold, hazy-cloudy, flecked
Texture: Ultra creamy/sticky textured, silty finish
Aromas: Toffee, warmed hazelnuts, sandalwood, dried roses, sugared almonds, eucalyptus
Flavours: Crème caramel, almond, candied orange, ginger, toasted hazelnuts, cinnamon






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