Manuka honey is one of the most sought after honeys in the world and is only available from Australia as it is obtained from the nectar of trees native to those regions.

Manuka trees (and hence Manuka honey) is the common name for plants of the Leptosperum genus.  In Australia Manuka honey is obtained from the nectar of the Leptospermum trees and is known to have a stronger rich and more aromatic taste.

Australian Manuka Honey is popularly preferred over other types of honey due to its distinctive rich earthy taste and beautiful dark color as well as the special properties, the unique components of Manuka Honey.


Components of Manuka Honey

Manuka Honey from Australia contains Hydrogen Peroxide that gives honey its antibiotic quality. However, equally if not more important is the amount of MGO (methylglyoxal) found in Manuka Honey.  Whilst MGO is found in many types of honey it is usually found only in small quantities, with the exception being the 100% natural Manuka Honey.



Aussie Qbee's Manuka Honey

  • Aussie Qbee's Manuka Honey is 100% pure, 100% natural raw Manuka Honey making it one of the highest quality Manuka Honeys available worldwide.

  • The exceptional quality of the raw product plus the high standards of harvesting and handling have created a delicious healthy pure Manuka Honey that is served in homes in Australia, China, Japan, Singapore, UK, USA and all around the world.


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  • Aussie Qbee's Honey has every batch of Manuka honey tested so that you can be confident of the quoted MGO reading.

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100% Genuine Australian Manuka Honey


A. Short answer No. The best before or expiry date on a honey package is a legal requirement. In Australia, consumer law requires honey to have a best before date having said this if honey is stored in airtight foodgrade container it can last indefinitely. That is why the honey found in the pyramids was still edible!

A. Pasteurised products such as milk go through a heating process whereby the product is held at a relatively high temperature for a set period of time. This kills common bacteria. Since honey is naturally antibacterial due to its pH, it does not require pasteurisation. Our honey is classified as unpasteurized unless our customer specifically requests pasteurisation.

A. It is recommended that you avoid giving honey to infants under 12 months of age because a risk of contracting infant botulism does exist. It happens when a child ingests Clostridium botulinum bacteria or spores, which are found in dirt and dust and can contaminate honey. However, older children and adults are not affected by them because their gut has developed sufficiently. It is best to seek a physician’s advice if you have any concerns.

A. Candying or crystallisation is natural in honey. The natural sugars in honey can form a structural lattice, which changes the liquid to a semi-solid state. However, if your honey does go lumpy it does not mean that it is going bad or that it is of poor quality. If you want to reverse the candying process, place the honey pack in hot water for a while or allow it to spend a day in the sunshine or a very warm spot.

A. We work hard to keep Aussie Qbee Honey a natural product and it has all the qualities of something that occurs without human intervention. It is individualistic in flavour, colour and thickness. It depends on the type of tree the bees gather the nectar from. Every different species of tree will produce nectar with different characteristics to another species