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Airborne Honey 70% Pure Manuka Honey 500g $19.50 + Delivery @ Airborne Honey

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First post here.

Seems to be a sweet deal.

Airborne Honey - 70% Pure Manuka Honey 500g [$19.50]
Airborne Honey - 85% Pure Manuka Honey 500g [$34.95]

Shipping to OZ (Melb) is $10.

I tried the Airborne honey before, and found the favour was much richer than normal OZ honey. Enjoy!

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  • It is a nice brand, good quality honey, was recently reduced at Woolworths (not this particular one, it was the raw).
    With creamed one, you need to be careful though. There are two ways of producing creamed honey, one without heat (arguably not as healthy as the raw one) and another with heat (definitely not as healthy as the raw one).

    • +1

      The label says "Undamaged by heat" if that's of any use.

  • Website said free delivery over $50 but that’s not the case….

    • Yes I noticed that as well so I contacted them and their response was it is only for New Zealand customers. I ended up purchased two boxes of their 85+ with lozenges anyway.

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    Honey is just overrated sugar.

    • +1

      Hehe. Is bread overrated wheat? Or chips overrated potato? 🙂

  • +1

    Is that UMF 70+?

    • +1

      definitely not at that price.

      • +1

        Any clue as to MGO+ or UMF levels?

  • Last time I tried the Manuka honey from Aldi it had kind of a strange taste, not sure if it’s all Manuka or just Aldi.
    Personally IronBark honey is my favourite.

    • Last time I tried the Manuka honey from Aldi it had kind of a strange taste, not sure if it’s all Manuka or just Aldi.

      Not sure what you are trying to say here. How many manuka honey's have you tried?

      • Not a lot, can someone comment on whether the Aldi Manuka honey is very typical or not?
        I’ll eventually try more manuka but it’s not my typical goto honey.
        By different I mean, I mean it seemed to taste less sweeter than your “average” honey.

        • +1

          So you have tried a total of one manuka honey? Yes it tastes different from other honey. The blend/pure rate also changes the taste.

  • 70% pure

    What?

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    If it's Airborne will it catch Covid .

  • Is it pure or is it 70% manuka?

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      The web site listing says "Contains more than 70% manuka pollen".
      This does not mean that 70% of what is in the jar is Manuka pollen (that would not make a nice "honey", honey typically contains less than one half of one percent pollen), but 70% of all the pollen in the honey is Manuka.
      As the bees can fly anywhere and visit any flower testing the contained pollen is an indication of where the bees have sourced the nectar. I believe 70% is the minimum that you can call it "Manuka".

  • the label "70% Pure Manuka Honey" is very confusing, I guess on purpose ? It doesn't inspire any confidence for me…

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