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‘Honey that flows from
the honeycomb tastes sweet'

King Solomon
Proverbs 24:13e
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Biting down on a rich, sticky piece of our wild honeycomb is a unique gastronomic experience;
the wonderful flavour and aroma of pure honey is amplified when preserved in the thin wax chambers of the comb. When eating comb, it is easy to appreciate and savour the true essence of honey and marvel at the wonder of nature in producing such a perfect food. The slight waxy residue that remains after eating the comb is entirely natural and can be chewed like gum, while the sweetness lingers.

The health benefits of eating honeycomb outweigh liquid honey, as all the natural elements are preserved and no
heat has been applied at any stage of harvesting or processing. The wax is also virgin wax, produced entirely by
the bees to store the precious nectar. In contrast, most other honeycomb producers in Australia give the bees a
thick artificial 'starter' sheet of beeswax which increases yield but greatly decreases the flavour, texture and purity
of the end product.

Honeycomb can be eaten as a whole food, spread on toast, broken over Greek yoghurt with fresh walnuts or figs, crushed over porridge and muesli, or used as an interesting addition to any fine cheese platter or dessert.

Our Wild Honeycomb is a Delicious Produce Awards ‘State Winner’ and Gold Medal Winner at the
Sydney Royal Easter Show.

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Wild Honeycomb Warré Frame / Wooden Section 750g NET min. Seasonal Varieties
  Malfroy's Gold 750g Warré Honeycomb Frame
Wooden frame of seasonal, rare varieties of Wild honeycomb harvested straight from the hive.

Most of our Warré honeycomb frames are produced in the Blue Mountains wilderness and are sold as
‘Blue Mountains Wildflower’ (the flavour changes throughout each season). Each comb is unique -
a rare blend created by the bees, never to be repeated.

Some of the rare plant species that make up our Blue Mountains Wildflower Wild Honeycomb include:

Malfroy's Gold 750g Warré Honeycomb Frame Red Bloodwood (Corymbia gummifera)
Yellow Bloodwood (Corymbia eximia)
Prickly Leaved Tea Tree (Melalueca styphelioides)
Narrow-Leaved Angophora (Angophora bakeri)
Rock Apple (Angophora hispida)
Brown Barrel (Eucalyptus fastigata)
Grey Gum (Eucalyptus punctata)
Forest Red Gum (Eucalyptus tereticornis)
Rough Barked Apple (Angophora floribunda)

Blackthorn (Bursaria spinosa)
Blue Mountains Ash (Eucalpytus oreades)

Smooth Barked Apple (Angophora costata)
Grey Ironbark (Eucalyptus paniculata)
Narrow-Leaved Ironbark (Eucalyptus crebra)
Red Ironbark (Eucalyptus sideroxlyn)
Blue Mountains Peppermint (Eucalyptus piperita)
Blue Stringybark (Eucalyptus agglomerata)
  Spring Wildflowers : consisting predominantly of wild ‘pea’ flowers (Dillwynia, Daviesia, Pultenaea, Bossiaea), Spider flowers (Grevillea species ) and tea trees (Leptospermum species).

  We occasionally have Yellow Box and Red Stringybark varieties available, produced in our Central Tablelands apiaries:

Yellow Box (Eucalyptus melliodora)
Red Stringybark (Eucalyptus macrorhyncha)

For more information about these varieties, please visit Wild Honey.
  Our honeycomb is available in pure, seasonal varieties - please visit PURCHASE PRODUCTS for details
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