The Red Gum Honeycomb from A Buzz from the Bees has a TA of 30+ (Total Activity). The TA pertains to the anti-microbial quality in honey from Western Australia; the higher the TA, the stronger the anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties.
Honeycomb is the healthiest version of honey, as it retains all of the good stuff—pollen, enzymes, microbial cultures). Sweeter than regular honey, honeycomb also has a pleasant crunch when eaten. It tastes so much better than regular honey, with a flavor that is sweeter but not cloying.
Honeycomb seems complicated to consume, but it’s actually not. Enjoy A Buzz from the Bees Red Gum Honeycomb T30+ on its own as a snack, or use pieces of it to top your yogurt bowls and oatmeal. You can also spread it directly over butter on bread, pancakes, waffles, and even banana bread. It’s also great to serve with cheeses on your charcuterie. It’s especially great with soft cheeses like Brie or Camembert, layered on a cracker or crusty bread, and topped with a slice of pear or apple.
A Buzz from the Bees was established in 2010 by Kim Cheeseman, an avid beekeeper. His beekeeping career truly began at eight years old, when he and his father found an abandoned beehive on a roadside. He helped his parents sell honey at the local market, and this kickstarted his vision to share the pristine harvest of honey they would get each year to the rest of the world.
A Buzz from the Bees is truly passionate about honey. Their mission is to bring all-natural, sustainably-produced products from Western Australia. They use no additives, no pesticides, no chemicals, or preservatives. Today, A Buzz from the Bees exports honey, honeycombs, and balms all over Australia, Asia, and the Middle East.
Keep your honey in a cool location away from direct sunlight and make sure the container is tightly sealed. Refrigerate if possible. The ideal temperature for storage is from 13 to 21°C. Honey can last decades or even centuries if stored properly. It may change color and become crystalized, but it will stay safe to eat. If you don’t want it to crystalize, you can store your honeycomb in the freezer.