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'Wild honey has a scent - of freedom Dust - a scent of sunshine... But gold - nothing'
Wild Honey, Anna Akhmatova, 1934, Translated from the Russian by Ilya Kaminsky and Katie Farris


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MalfroysGold200gWildHoneyMountainMeadowX4
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• 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


Mountain Meadow


An amazing honey, packed with character, emphatically distinct, delicious in every sense yet somewhat other-worldly in its Australian botanical/flora-laden personality. A benchmark release. So fragrant, so much detail in flavour, thick-set texture and almost best eaten off a small spoon than used in more conventional manners!

Colour: Blonde, hazy-cloudy
Texture: Firm butter-like texture
Aromas: Subtle, delicate aromas of alpine flowers and botanicals, pot pourri, juniper, chamomile and faint caramel
Flavours: Lemon myrtle, chamomile, light toffee, green mango, cinnamon, wattleseed nuttiness


Wild Honey 200g Mountain Meadow Polyflora 4 Pack

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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 really love your honey, its truly amazing, thank you for your work. I haven't bought any other honey since I came across yours, I've purchased more than 20 jars of your honey in sydney. Thank you
Sulaiman, Sydney, November 2019
Wonderful stuff, totally unlike anything I’ve had before. Definitely a future pantry essential
Tim, Blue Mountains, August 2019

• 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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This pure Australian wild honey is produced from 100% natural comb in bee-friendly Warré apiaries in the high altitude woodlands of the Central Tablelands, NSW. It is a unique honey that contrasts nicely with the other honeys in our range.

In the lead up to the bee season of 2019/20, the Central Tablelands (and much of NSW) had suffered through the most extreme drought in recorded history. The drought finally broke and the rains that fell on parched ground triggered a flowering of ground flora species that are rarely seen.

Most honeys in Australia are dominated by the ubiquitous flowering Eucalypts (of which there are over 800 species in nearly all bioregions across the continent). However, the high rainfall resulted in the Eucalypts putting all their energies into regrowing leaves after the stress of the drought, rather than flowering.

Therefore, this honey can be described as a ‘La Niña’ honey - a result of this weather event that occurs once every 10 years or so. The bold characters of our other Wild Honeys are not as present here, instead this is an ethereal honey with subtle herbal notes, a malty character and a creamy fudge-like texture that perfectly captures time and place.

To read more about the La Niña / El Niño weather patterns that influence the ecology and agriculture of south-east Australia, see these articles by the Bureau of Meteorology: What is La Niña, Understanding ENSO

Storage Instructions

Store in a cool, dry and dark place. Best temperature range for storage and serving is between 15 and 25°C.
Malfroy's Gold Warré Apiary, Central Tablelands NSW
Malfroy's Gold Warré Apiary, Central Tablelands NSW

Tasting Notes by Mike Bennie

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


Mountain Meadow


An amazing honey, packed with character, emphatically distinct, delicious in every sense yet somewhat other-worldly in its Australian botanical/flora-laden personality. A benchmark release. So fragrant, so much detail in flavour, thick-set texture and almost best eaten off a small spoon than used in more conventional manners!

Colour: Blonde, hazy-cloudy
Texture: Firm butter-like texture
Aromas: Subtle, delicate aromas of alpine flowers and botanicals, pot pourri, juniper, chamomile and faint caramel
Flavours: Lemon myrtle, chamomile, light toffee, green mango, cinnamon, wattleseed nuttiness






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