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Zone Fresh’s Finest


350 Grams


$5.71 per 100g

HONEYCOMB – Seasonal Mixed Blossom


Try this season freshly harvested mixed blossom delicious Honeycomb - Honey in its purest most natural form, directly from our hives located in Coorparoo – while stocks last!

Only the best white wax capped virgin honeycomb is hand selected from the hive, perfect all year round, delicious, and nutritious! 

This honeycomb is light golden amber colour and the flavour profile is mild to moderate pending on time of year and taste is driven by the variety of mixed blossom flora available to the bees that is currently blooming. This as a classic amber coloured honey with a delicately sweet flavour and dense but smooth runny texture.

Honeycomb is a natural bee product consisting of waxy, hexagonal cells with contain raw honey that is rich in carbohydrates and antioxidants w/ trace amounts of several other nutrients.  Both the honey and the comb are edible and offer numerous health benefits as it usually contains some degree of bee pollen – however likely to be found in small amounts.

Most honeys you will find on a supermarket shelf have been heavily filtered (taking out the beneficial pollen etc) and heated up (usually over 40 degrees but up to or in excess of 100 degrees), which destroys the antibacterial components as well as the beneficial enzymes of honey and stops crystallisation from occurring. Brissy Bee™ Raw honey is 💯 pure and natural, it remains unadulterated and is simply double cold strained mixed blossom honey.

Hand packed in BPA free tamper proof plastic packaging and labelled to meet retail standards.

Storage / Shelf-life:

Pantry / cupboard – no need to refrigerate, however if your worries about ants – the fridge might be a good place. Raw honey will never spoil but may naturally harden or crystalise.

Serving suggestions:

The best way to eat honeycomb is on its own (yes, it’s completely edible).   

There are several pairing combinations that truly enhance the flavours. Pairing examples include:

- Honeycomb and speciality cheese or accompaniment for grazing tables.

- Honeycomb on toast, crumpets, etc.

- Honeycomb and muesli

- Honeycomb and yoghurt

- Honeycomb and fruit / salad