THE STEENS DIFFERENCE
RAW & UNPASTEURIZED
Raw & unpasteurised to retain all the goodness – just as nature intended!
WHOLE COMB™ TECHNOLOGY
Crushed whole honeycomb. Our unique WHC technology™ only removes the wax
TRACK & TRACE
Offering you a deeper connection to your honeys true source
This is the real deal, folks. If you care about your health, and are on the fence wondering should I? Its like Nike said...'Just do it!' The benefits are many, if you do a little research you'll see what I mean.
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Top notch, absolutely tremendous customer service and support. And although I haven't met them, I'd like to. They are very courteous and willing to help.
Pull the trigger on this one, you won't regret it!!
This is an absolutely delicious honey from New Zealand. It is rich and creamy with a distinctly floral taste. The product description says the honeycomb is blended in, so that may make a difference. It has a very different taste from the honey I buy locally.
One of the better tasting honeys I have tasted. I eat a lot of honey for my allergies and I also eat a lot of honey for additional health benefits. My first taste of this honey made me think I was eating a spoonful of butter. Very creamy and delicious.Beautiful amber color and very smooth.
This is a great quality honey from Steens - and I've tried several from this brand, all with great results. It is creamy and has a wonderful flavor to it that goes well by itself or on/in whatever you wish. I love that it's raw and unpasteurized, and it has a great, smooth texture. If you want your honey a cut above what you'd find in a big box store, this is it. It gets two thumbs up from this household!
We've been using Manuka honey for a few years and have accustomed ourselves to the taste of New Zealand honey, it is quite different than plain old USA honey. This, while not Manuka, has the same flavor and appearance. Creamy texture, not clear and not solid. It's different and we love it. Good in tea with some milk. Or just on a spoon.
Certified Manuka Honey, so the quality is not in question. Well worth the price!
A product of New Zealand this delicious wildflower honey has a distinctive flavor that is slightly herbal and a bit less sweet than the regular honey available in the USA. The honey is raw and unpasteurized and the texture is creamy and opaque rather than transparent. These things are subjective but I find the difference in taste noticeable but subtle and delicious. It is good in tea, spread on warm toast, drizzled into yogurt or a smoothie, etc. Excellent.
This is a premium honey that prides itself on its lineage—from flower, to bee, to hive, to you.It comes from New Zealand, and includes a code that allows you to trace the path of the honey along its journey.This particular batch is wildflower honey, so it imparts a more floral flavor than some others. It is quite nice. And, if you would rather use it on something other than your toast, it is also suitable for skin treatments.Just be sure to keep it away from infants, as this is raw honey.It would make a nice gift—if you can bear to part with it.
This is delicious wildflower honey from New Zealand. This is NOT the famous manuka honey. I have tried several Steens honey & have loved every one. This one has lots of flavor & the honeycomb is blended in so you get the wonderful comb flavor with the honey. It is unpasteurized so you get all the healthy goodness of the honey.The container is BPA-Free plastic so it arrived unbroken. I like glass jars but I prefer it arriving intact so I am fine with these jars.
Raw and Unpasteurized honey from New Zealand that is not Manuka Honey. I was very curious to try it. I have tried Manuka honey but never a non Manuka honey from New Zealand. It is very tasty!It is 12 ounces of honey in a plastic jar. It comes sealed for freshness.Appearance: It is not crystalized at all. A creamy looking and golden color.Flavor: it is delicious. It tastes nothing like manuka honey. It is sweet. Not medicinal (like Manuka honey can get sometimes). It has floral notes to it- the wild flowers. It has its own distinct flavor. Different from the local wildflower honey from my area.Texture: It is wonderfully creamy. Not crystalized.I liked I could track where my honey was sourced at from their website. I traced mine to Taupo. It also tells you a little about the area and includes a few photos. It was fun to see where my honey came from!Price- to try honey from New Zealand for under $11. I thought this was a good deal. Great for gift baskets.
I would recommend this product
Raw premium honey from New Zealand. The taste is somewhat floral in nature and I'm sure reflects its origins. Very tasty... recommended.
Use it in my tea every night.. I tablespoon honey, one mint tea bag, one ginger tea bag, one shot of Tequila lol I go right to sleep.
I like this product because it is raw/ unpasteurized honey from NZ (Manuka honey). It has more benefits than regular honey because it is not heated. In my experience raw honey is usually a bit more solid, but still could be dissolved, spread, or eaten plain. I've been sick the past 2 days and have been using this in my tea and eating plain on a spoon. It's good as a healthy sweetener if you don't mind a slight honey taste in whatever you are using it in, or good for when you are sick. I would consider getting this product again.
This is an extraordinary honey with a flavor that is unique and quite strong. It pairs well with hearty, whole grain breads that also have a strong, distinctive flavor that is not overpowered by the honey. I bake a lot of strongly-flavored rustic breads made with ancient grain flours and cracked and coarsely ground grains with seeds and nut additives. The honey compliments these breads, particularly when toasted.New Zealand is producing a great many exceptional food products and this raw, unpasteurized creamy honey is one of the best yet. The price is amazing for this quality and amount.