As the seasons change, the flavours of different native New Zealand forest flowers can be found in our forest honey, including rich and golden Manuka, as well as Kanuka (lighter than Manuka but with a similar intense flavour), Rewarewa (dark, intense, rich and malty) and Pohutukawa (light, creamy and subtly floral, sweet yet a little salty). The texture is smooth, creamy and slightly runnier than Manuka honeys.
Situated in a remote corner of New Zealand’s North Island Tahi is more than just a honey brand,it is a 780-acre wildlife sanctuary and rejuvenation project. At Tahi, sustainability is a living philosophy. Tahi began a restoration project in 2004 that has restored 14 wetlands, and planted more than 349,000 indigenous trees (part of a 1 million pledge). Today many bird species have returned (71 vs 14 originally) including 22 endangered.
Tahi is carbon neutral and biodiversity positive – through extensive research, development and investment into our key areas. Our 100% full circle business model means every dollar of profit is invested back into conservation, community and culture, which means we are not only sustaining our environment and natural wildlife, we are enhancing it. Check out www.tahinz.com for more info.
Usage: Tahi Forest Honey is ideal for everyday eating and cooking. Enjoy it by the spoonful, as a spread on bread or toast, or to add sweetness and flavour to baking and cooking.