Tasmanian Leatherwood Honey as one of the finest and rarest honey in the world. It is known for its unusual flavor and its complex lingering palate. It has a unique aroma, spicy type of smell and it would be absolute heaven on toast or in some teas. Luxury in a jar! The healthy vitality contained in this truly natural food produced as it is from the wilderness forests where no form of pollution exists. The nectar yield of Leatherwood trees is correlated with the age of the tree. Young Leatherwood trees are a poor nectar source. Research has shown that trees under 75 generally don't flower at all and the most prolific flowering trees are those that 175 to 210 years old and trees.
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