Rewarewa Honey 500g

$18.99

(1 customer review)

The Best Tasting Honey in the World!

Our Rewarewa Honey won Grand First Prize in the 10th Black Jar International Honey Tasting Contest held in Asheville, USA.

An outstanding honey from the pristine forests of Te Urewera that packs a punch of beneficial properties, with a deep colour and a rich, full flavour, that tops the world for taste.

Also available in 250g and 110g.

Description

Trophy of 10th Black Jar International Honey Contest Won By Manawa Honey NZ, Ruatahuna, Te Urewera, New Zealand

Our Rewarewa Honey has in June 2021 won Grand First Prize in the 10th Black Jar International Honey Tasting Contest held in Asheville, USA. So our Rewarewa Honey is now deemed to be “The Best Tasting Honey in the World”.

Back here in New Zealand, our Rewarewa Honey also won Silver for the Outstanding Food Producers Awards 2021. So you know this is a honey of true quality.

Think of our Rewarewa Honey as “beyond Mānuka” – another exciting unique New Zealand honey. Our Rewarewa Honey is packed full of beneficial properties, with a deep colour and a rich, full flavour harking back to its origins in the pristine forests of Te Urewera.

Our Rewarewa Honey is made by our hard-working bees from the Rewarewa tree (Knightia excelsa), which is our indigenous honeysuckle tree in New Zealand. The Rewarewa tree grows in groves in well-lit parts of our forest, and stands above the forest shrubbery as a fine tree of up to 30 metres in height.

The flowers of the Rewarewa tree are clustered together on stalks with about 50-80 flowers in each cluster. The flower is designed for pollination by birds such as kōkō (the Tūhoe name for tūī) and bellbird, so it gives a bounty of nectar which our bees find to then make into our delicious Rewarewa Honey.

Traditionally, the nectar of the Rewarewa tree was collected by our ancestors for a sweetener as it contains about 45% sugars – a true honeysuckle! The inner bark was used for bandaging over wounds to check bleeding and help healing. So there’s the clue that the honey from the Rewarewa tree will have healing properties.

Rewarewa Honey By Manawa Honey NZ Ruatahuna Dripping off Honey DipperIndeed, research has found that Rewarewa Honey has a range of properties, from antibacterial to anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effect. Research continues on just what gives Rewarewa Honey these special properties, and we can’t wait to find out!

There’s some things though that we can tell you about the properties of Rewarewa Honey. It is known to have the highest peroxide activity of NZ honey which helps in healing and fighting bacteria. Rewarewa Honey is also high in anti-oxidants for dealing with free radicals in the body, and it has been found to have strong anti-inflammatory properties.  And, yes you know this, it is great for energy and general well-being.

Use our Rewarewa Honey daily, straight from the jar, or in tonic drinks. Rewarewa Honey is especially favoured by chefs for use in savoury and dessert dishes to create culinary delights!

Our Rewarewa Honey is also available in 250g and 110g. You will also find it in our range of gift-packs suitable for the special people in your life.

Additional information

Weight542 g
Size

500g

1 review for Rewarewa Honey 500g

  1. Radhika Dewan

    It has rightly received the award of “The Best Tasting Honey in the World”. It suits my taste buds perfectly as its not too sweet. If you are looking for a more sweet tasting honey, you should go for the Tiwari honey. Due to the rich color of RewarewaI honey, am also looking forward to try out recipes which include it!

    • Brenda Tahi, CEO Manawa Honey NZ

      Oh we agree wholeheartedly with your assessment on this one Radhika. Rewarewa – not too sweet, best tasting honey in the world. We also agree that Tawari Honey comes across most palates as sweeter. Tawari works to complement light cheeses and fruits in desserts you will find, but when you start to work with Rewarewa Honey in your cooking you will find it really packs a punch! I was thinking Rewarewa Honey would be fabulous with some Indian recipes but I am no expert on that. If you find it really works in some of your cuisine there in India please let us know…

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