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Address: 22 Quadrant Mall | Exeter, Launceston, Tasmania 7275, Australia
Phone Number:
+61 3 6331 9300
Recommended length of visit: <1 hour

Honey Tasmania invites you to experience the delicious and fascinating...

Honey Tasmania invites you to experience the delicious and fascinating world of honey, learn about the remarkable journey from flower source to jar, and appreciate the wonder that is the honeybee. Come into our warm and welcoming shop in the Quadrant Mall, where you can taste uniquely different varieties of pure raw honey made by our millions of industrious bees. We move our hives to various locations in the north of Tasmania, following the flow of nectar and pollen, allowing us to bring you over 15 distinctive honeys. Our shop also offers a wide range of honey alcohol, including traditional meads, honey liqueurs, honey whiskeys, and honey ales - the largest selection in Australia. Medicinal benefits from honey and other honeybee products (royal jelly, propolis and bee pollen), are available as a remedy for many of your ailments. Why not try what many cultures around the world have found relief from for thousands of years. Giftware made locally, including handmade ceramic honey pots, handmade jewellery celebrating the beauty of the honeybee, an extensive range of soap and other honey-based beauty products, and tasty honey treats like lollipops and handmade chocolates that melt in your mouth, can be found throughout the shop. Meet head beekeeper/owner Tristan, one of the most passionate and knowledgeable beekeepers you will find, who sells our honey at Launceston's Harvest Market every Saturday.

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