Four Brothers Reserve derives its name from our apiary's location near the beautiful bush-clad deviation linking Hamilton and Raglan. On the horizon, wind turbines produce renewable power while our bees gather nectar from pasture flowers, Kanuka and other natives. It's a lovely soft, buttery honey with a delicious caramel taste is sure to please! Sweetree Four Brothers Reserve honey is featured in Simon Gault's Homemade cookbook.
Check out this Brushetta recipe using Four Brothers Reserve honey.
Hakarimata honey is collected from the Hakarimata Range which forms part of the western rampart of the Waikato Basin, in behind Ngaruawahia. Nestled in the foothills and near the Waikato River, our bees feast themselves on the copious sources of nectar from native flowers above and pasture flowers below. This honey has a delicious caramel taste leading into mild butterscotch, yum! Our Hakarimata honey has won many awards over the years.
Try these oatcakes using Hakarimata honey.