Tasmanian Leatherwood Honey is a strong-flavoured honey with a complex floral aroma. The musky and spicy taste reaches all the way to the back of the throat, giving a full-bodied and lingering aftertaste.
Harvested from leatherwood trees in the rugged fields of Tasmania, this monofloral honey has traditionally been used as a revitalising drink after a long hard night. The locals also use it a lot with cheeses, cordials and teas.
Crystallization in Tasmania Leatherwood Honey is fairly fast but uniformed, giving it a smooth creamy texture and ochre colour.
Tasmanians swear that the honey “taste like wilderness”.