Leatherwood honey is native to Tasmania, making up 70% of all honey on the island. Tasmanian locals say that it can take up to 70 years for the trees to bear nectar producing flowers, making this exquisite honey a rather rare product of a delicate ecosystem.
Deliciously musky, spicy and floral, this honey is highly distinctive with an aftertaste that is unique to the flora of the island. The rise in temperature and wild fires have destroyed parts of the rainforest, making this honey incredibly rare and special. Enjoy with ice cream or yoghurt.