Manuka honey (Leptospermum scoparium) is dark amber in colour. Its aroma is intensely floral, reminiscent of wet earth and fresh menthol. Its flavour is very different from other honeys, very intense and even a little spicy. Its texture is highly viscous and consistent. It is slow to crystallize in large crystals.

Miel de Manuka Ficha In.

The manuka bush is found throughout New Zealand, but it is particularly common on the dry eastern coasts of the North Island and the South Island

Manuka honey can be eaten on its own or dissolved in hot or cold drinks. It can be used in any culinary recipe or as an ingredient for making cosmetic products, although it can also be used topically by applying it directly to the skin

Nutritional Information (typical values per 100g of product):

     · Energy: 1424kJ/335Kcal

     · Fats: 0g

          · Saturated Fats: 0g

     · Carbohydrates: 83.00g

          · Sugars: 77.00g

     · Fibras alimentarias: 0.6g-0g

     · Proteins: <0.1g

     · Salt: <0.1g

Store at room temperature in a cool, dry place, out of sunlight. Due to its great purity, it can solidify when cold. This change in texture does not affect the properties of the product. The ideal temperature to maintain its creamy texture is between 10 and 25 degrees centigrade. If necessary, stir before consuming. Consume on its own or mixed with other foods

     · Liquid state

     · Colour 75-105mm depth

     · Intense floral aroma, reminiscent of wet earth and fresh menthol

     · Slow to crystallize in large crystals

In gourmet glass jar of 300g