100% New Zealand PURE Honey

By: Clearskys  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Honey, Bees, Honey Products

In the southern region of New Zealand we are fortunate to be able to produce a number of unique floral honeys in an environment free from contaminants now common in the more populated and industrialized areas of the world.

We are also fortunate that in Southern New Zealand we have superior bee colony health and manage colonies naturally without the use of chemical treatments, for example antibiotics, a practice prevalent in most beekeeping countries.

We take pride in producing, preparing and presenting these wonderful pure honeys with great care to give our customers a delicious and safe food experience (including tamper proof packaging).

Traceability….Beekeepers’ records and attention to detail ensures that honey products marketed by the company can be traced back to the supplying Beekeeper’s hives, providing peace of mind for overseas consumers.

Certified organic honey is also available.

Typical Nutritional Analysis
Serving Size: 10g/1tbsp
Energy per serving 121 KJ
Potein per serving 40mg
Fats 0%
Carbohydrates Total 76%
  sugars 73%
Sodium per serving <10mg
Ingredients: Pure Honey  

Different Honey varieties packaged together make a great and unique gift idea!

We are fortunate to be able to offer such a wide variety of Honey varieties and the flexibility to package these to your individual needs.

Premium Mountain Clover.

The inland mountains and valleys are home to large pastoral farms and conservation lands - ideal locations to produce a pure white clover honey in a very clean environment. It is a favourite honey world wide for its delicate taste and smooth creamed texture.

The whiteness of this honey is superb!

With the breadth of our shareholders experience and their coverage of the region, we can provide continuity of supply of this premium “White Mountain” honey.

Additional Product Specifications

Premium Mountain Clover honey is produced within a color range of 0-15 and is a rarity among clover honeys for its purity. While international standards require only a minimum clover pollen content of 45% to be classed as a mono floral clover, typically our clover honey's degree of purity has a minimum of 85% clover pollen.

"Summer Gold".

Throughout the region’s summer, the pastoral and high country lands have a variety of flowers available to the bees. As well as clover there are a number of other favourites; dandelions, thistles and many native alpine plants among them. Bees in these pristine areas gather a honey preferred by many for its complex, richer flavour.

Premium Comb Honey.

In the most favorable of seasons honey bees will create new beeswax combs filled with the finest nectar. Our honey comb products are carefully selected by our beekeepers and cut directly from the comb in line with customer specifications.

Still in its hexagonal wax combs just as the honey bees made it, and eaten in this purest of forms, this product provides the ultimate honey eating experience. Comb honey is available in full frames through to 340g packaged sizes.

Vipers Bugloss.

The inland high country has extensive river valleys where the mauve colored Vipers Bugloss plant flourishes after any good summer rain. A favourite of the bees it is renowned for its herbal flavour and smooth liquid texture. Rare among honeys it remains in its liquid state over a wide temperature range.

Additional Product Specifications

International standards require a minimum of 45% Vipers Bugloss pollen to be called Vipers Bugloss.


The region’s coastal areas contain native forests where the unique New Zealand forest plant Manuka still grows. Manuka provides a strong flavoured honey well recognized for its health benefits, especially its anti bacterial qualities.

Additional Product Specifications

Internationally accepted standards require a minimum percentage of 70% Manuka pollen to be called Manuka Honey.


On the Southern coast there are still large areas of native forest containing the Kamahi tree. Kamahi is a prolific honey bearer and loved by the bees in the early summer. A rich creamy tasting honey is produced from these sustainable forests.

Additional Product Specifications

The accepted pollen percentage for premium Kamahi is 75%

Southern Forest.

The Otago and Southland “Bush”, the common New Zealand name for native forests, contains a wide variety of unique native plants. From early spring to mid summer there is a succession of flowers available to our bees and through this period a beautiful blend of honey is gathered. Principle among these is the native fuchsia tree or Kotukutuku, the largest fuchsia in the world. The Kotukutuku produces a delicious lemon flavoured honey. Another favourite is the beautiful yellow flowering Kowhai tree, a favourite food source for the nectar eating native birds.

Together they produce a unique and delicious honey which is unique to New Zealand and a favourite amongst honey connoisseurs.

Keywords: Bees, Comb, Honey, Honey Products