Teringie Estate Honey

honeyJarOur honey is the direct result of over 500 beekeepers across Australia! Teringie Estate honey is 100% natural and sourced from the pristine environment of Australia. Honey is a proud Australian product and can be found in every Australian home. It is a popular breakfast dish and even as a snack throughout the day.

Health Benefits

One of the most impressive benefits about honey is that it is a natural immune system builder. Start everyday brand new with this “cleansing tonic” before breakfast mix a spoonful of honey and lemon juice into a cup of warm water or tea and drink it. Its antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties can help improve your digestive system and help you stay healthy and fight disease.

It is a great source of carbohydrates which provide strength and energy to our bodies, how is well known to instantly boost our energy levels and performance, reducing muscle fatigue is why honey is popular among many top athletes. The glucose in honey are absorbed quickly into the body give an immediate energy boost, while the fructose is absorbed much slower provide a sustained energy.

Honey even goes as far as helping us after a big night out after a party. A simple honey remedy will help to quickly recover from a hangover. Honey is gentle on the stomach and contains a mixture of natural sugars such as fructose which is knows to spend up the oxidation of alcohol by the liver. A simple recipe of 15ml of liquid honey with 80ml of orange juice and 70ml of natural yogurt blended together will help you recovery quickly.

How it Works

The hive contains up to 40,000 bees, each having a role in the smooth running of the hive, which is divided into two sections – the honey super on top and the brood chamber, or nursery, underneath.

The honey super contains eight or nine frames on which the bees build honeycomb. The frames can be removed one at a time when the comb is full of honey. The brood

chamber also contains honeycomb, but it’s cells are not usually as deep as those in the super because they are used exclusively for egg laying and brood rearing. This is

where the queen bee usually lives and lays her eggs. The comb is white when new and becomes yellow as it absorbs pollen during food storage. It tends to darken in the brood chamber after it has been used to raise many generations of honeybees.

Hive temperature is maintained at about 34 degrees C. The bees eat more honey to provide energy to warm themselves in cooler times. In warmer weather, to reduce the temperature of the hive, they bring in water in their honey stomachs and deposit tiny water droplets on the honeycomb, they then fan the moisture of the honeycomb using their wings.

When we export our olive oil we handle all documents required for you to pass the customs without any stress. We supply the following documents:

  • Certificate of origin
  • Certificate of analysis
  • Phytosanitary certificate
  • Certificate of health
  • Bottling date certificate
  • Original label’s
  • Packing list
  • Bill of lading

Minimum order is 1 pallet.

  • 325gram jars are packed 12 jars 1 carton and there are 189 cartons on 1 pallet
  • 500gram jars are packed 12 jars 1 carton and there are 126 cartons on 1 pallet
  • 1 kilogram jars are packed 8 jars 1 carton and there are 100 cartons per pallet