Warm summer days, sweet perfumes captured within. Soft and subtle in flavour. Tasmania’s millefiori 1,000 flower honey is gathered from the pasture lands of the lush wild southern island.
The open woodlands and natural pastures of Northern Tasmania, yield a rich and varied honey from clover, blackberry, thistle and many endemic species of wildflower. These scents are captured in a mild, subtle and delicate honey with a lingering, fresh flavour that appeals to all tastes.
The Tasmanian Honey Company Meadow Honey
The Tasmanian Honey Company began in 1978 as the concept of Julian Wolfhagen, a beekeeper with a profound passion for Tasmania, its wild forests and the honey that they produce. Today we employ more than a dozen staff and export pure, beautifully packaged honey. Our success has largely been built on our passion for, and our commitment to the production of wild and uncompromised leatherwood honey, which we like to think of as the distillate of the wilderness. Julian was involved with bees as a child, however a re-acquaintance with bees and honey via a bottle of mead shared around the fire on a cold winters night, planted an inspirational “seed” that was to grow into what is now the Tasmanian Honey Company. The business has thrived ever since.