Miellerie honey from Tasmania is unprocessed and unheated, so it maintains the honey's optimum natural aroma, health qualities, and characteristic crystals. Each of the lovely honeys in the Miellerie range are crystallised, with a smooth, velvety texture.
Leatherwood - The Leatherwood, a gorgeous tree growing from the cold, deep rainforest of the world heritage wilderness of South-West Tasmania.
Lake Pedder's Nectar - During late October to early January this garland will yield to the bees their favourite wild flower nectars from the heart of Tasmania’s world heritage.
Blue Gum - Madame Blue Gum opens her branches as a crown of blossom from October to December, from seaside to hill top. She is an elder, a sage, and will yield in her own rhythm of 5, 7, or 9 years; Tasmania’s flower emblem.
Tea Tree (Manuka Honey) - This honey has an amber colour with a distinct and pronounced taste, characteristic of his flavour with a remarkable thick texture of soft, fine crystals, rich in natural antibiotics.
Prickly Box - Prickly Box grows slowly in poor soil, bending under the wind between rock and gum; beauty of the dry land. She is a shrub of delicate little white flowers; a lace hiding her body of thorns. Craving the mid-summer rains, only then will she offer her nectar. These ephemeral yields allow bees to gather her sweetness from her corral cradling the honey of warm, butter-scotch flavours.