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Kamahi Honey by Tahi (8.8oz) | NEW PRODUCT

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One of the new honeys to join Tahi honey range is Kamahi honey. 

Kamahi honey is a little lighter and more yellowy-orange than the rest of the range. It is also a runnier honey than the consistency of Manuka and Kanuka honey. 

It's smooth, sweet and has a complex taste with many different layers. There's almost a slight nuttiness about it. The complexity of the Kamahi honey means it is sometimes referred to as the connoisseur's honey. 

So yummy on bagels with cream cheese or on a cheese board with brie, camembert and other creamy cheeses. Use it in baking or on toast.

The Kamahi plant is an epiphyte (a plant that grows on another plant - yes, we had to look that up!). It likes to grow on ferns and has spiky clusters of pale pink and white flowers.

Information
Name Kamahi Honey by Tahi (8.8oz) | NEW PRODUCT
Category New Zealand Wildflower Honey and Fruit Spreads
Producer Tahi Honey USA
Size 250 gm (8.8 oz)
Packaging PET jar
Shipping $5 flat rate shipping
Kiwi Credits Earn $1.00 Kiwi Credit(s) (conditions apply)
Ingredients 100% honey
Country of Origin New Zealand
Shelf Life Best Before March 2024
Storage In the pantry is ideal
SKU >tm kamahi 250

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