Tag: Manuka honey

  • Archibald’s Honey

    Archibald’s Honey

    In 1920, Mr James Archibald bought a farm in the Mallee with beehives on it and as a result, his son Robert developed a keen, life long interest in bees and honey. A commercial beekeeper, he did not agree with honey bought and sold on colour, as was the case then. He was so adamant,…

  • From Manuka to Jarrah: Exploring Australia’s Finest Honeys

    From Manuka to Jarrah: Exploring Australia’s Finest Honeys

    Australia, a land of diverse landscapes and climates, offers a unique environment for beekeeping and honey production. Renowned for its pristine natural habitats and rich floral diversity, Australia has emerged as a leading producer of some of the world’s most sought-after honey. This article aims to shed light on the many facets of Australian honey,…