Gathered from bees on the sixth story of the Roma Street Transit Centres hotel, Hotel Jen, these bees overlook the city's most diverse ecosystem, Roma Street Parklands. Bursting with inner city flavours, this honey is a wonderful representation of what Brisbane's true inner city floral diversity tastes like. This batch comes from our April harvest, where we were only able to bottle and send to market 220 jars.
Calling the rooftop of the infamous Gerards Bistro & Bar home, these bees have the king pickings for their queen in some of the most lush terrain around Brisbane. Collecting nectar from gardens around the James Street, Fortitude Valley neighbourhood, they have been seen foraging as far out as Bowen Hills, Teneriffe and Newstead. A wonderful reflection of the area's Summer flowering cycles.
From the Byron Bay hinterland, this batch is reflective of the melaleuca in season toward the end of Summer, mixed with a stunning neighbourhood garden blossom blend. This honey will slowly crystallize into a smooth and refined texture, perfect for crumpets, porridge (yum, Winter is here!) or in a smooth Lemon, Ginger and Byron Bay honey tea. All of our honey's are 100% raw, unadulterated and just as nature intended for our taste buds to enjoy. Harvested in March 2017, this honey is limited in supply.
Hailing from the suburban blocks of Bulimba / Balmoral, our 'Balmoral' batch reflects the Summers treats from nature combined with the tangy, fruity tastes of Autumn. Currently batched from our March 2018 harvest, this is a winner with experimental honey eaters. A massive hit within the staffing crew here at Bee One Third, this super viscous honey denotes a slight caramel under tone, with a lasting high spike on the palate. We love it - and you will to.