Q. How do I store my honey?
A. Honey is best stored upright at room temperature.
Q. If honey doesn't spoil, then why are there "Best Before" dates on it?
A. As we sell honey into several markets including Australia, a regulatory requirement is that it be packed with a “Best Before” date on the bottle.
Q. Can I eat granulated (crystallized) honey?
A. Yes,in fact we think it is the best way to eat it.
Q. My honey has crystallized. I prefer it to be liquid. What can I do?
A. Gently heat the honey by placing the jar in a pot of hot water or gently microwave on the minimum setting, stirring occasionally. It will become liquid again.
Q. What is the difference between creamed and liquid honey?
A. Creamed honey is honey that has crystallized using an already finely crystallized honey as a catalyst. It makes the honey thicker and changes the way it feels in your mouth. It doesn't change any of the nutritional properties or taste of the honey at all. To cream honey it is put through a specific churning machine.
Freshly extracted honey is liquid. Over time it will crystallize. This is a natural process and does not affect the quality of the honey.
Q. Where can I buy Australian Honey Products from?
A. See the Distributors tab on the home page of this website.
Q. Where does Australian Honey Products come from?
A. All of our honey is produced in Tasmania. Leatherwood honey is uniquely Tasmanian and sourced from Tasmania's West Coast rainforest wilderness including Cradle Mountain. Clover honey comes from Tasmania’s rich agricultural areas.