Our partner, good friend and bee-whisperer, Henry Freibur.
We’ve created a drink with a social conscience! One that tastes incredible and supports our local bees, beekeepers and Aussie producers!
All our delicious honey comes from our partner, good friend and bee-whisperer, Henry Freibur, a Sydney based beekeeper with over 10 years of experience. His delicious harvest comes from beehives in Ku-Ring-Gai National Park, the Huntleys peninsula, Neutral Bay, Cremorne and Mosman.
The nectar collected by his bees range from native Australian trees; Red Gum, Banksia, Wattle, Paperbark, to exotic plants; Lavender, Borage, Macadamia, that introduce unique floral and fragrant notes to each harvest.
For this reason, no two batches of Beesbucha are the same! Depending on where the honey bees have been gallivanting to collect nectar, each limited batch of Beesbucha we bottle will have a unique flavour profile.
Each honey order comes with Henry’s honey hive and nectar report!
🐝 Honey Harvested on the 7th July 2020
This honey came from hives in St Ives, bordering on Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. Predominant nectar was Banksia and Red Bloodwood, plus some Red Ironbark and Grey Box from earlier in the season.
🐝 Honey Harvested on the 14th July 2020
This honey came from hives in St Ives, bordering on Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. Nectar is from Red Bloodwood, plus some Banksia, Red Ironbark and Grey Box from earlier in the season. Some nearby suburban exotic (non-native) flowering trees and flowers also contributed to this honey.
Couple that with organic bananas from Baston's Farm in QLD and you have yourself a delicious drink that’s good for your body and your soul.
🐝 Batch expiring on 30.09
This batch is a blend of three different honeys:
-Bloodwood - Myall River
-Mixed Blossom - French Forest
-Pure Orange Blossom - South of NSW
🐝 Batch expiring on 01.12
This batch is a blend of two different honeys:
-Pure Orange Blossom Honey - South of NSW
-Paperbark - Annandale