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There are many varieties of honeys that are not available commercially. This is because they are not produced in large quantities. The honey may have a distinctive character that is not considered appropriate for the mass market or they are just dark in color and look unattractive.
Unprocessed honey will go solid (candy) over time. Heating it to about 60 degrees Centigrade can make the honey liquid again. This is best done by placing the container in hot water. Honey can also be heated in the microwave but it can become extremely hot. This may melt the container if it is made of plastic.
Remember that beekeepers can only get honey from the floral sources that are available to them. So if you want orange blossom honey you need to approach a beekeeper that has hives in an area that grows oranges equally Leatherwood honey only comes from Tasmania. Beekeepers tend not to store a large amount of honey so some varieties may only be available at certain times of the year.
Beekeepers supplying liquid honey
New South Wales
Beekeepers supplying Sections/Cut Combe
New South Wales
If you cannot find anybody on the list you could try the Clubs & Associations page in the beekeeping information page
This page was conceived and written by Don Nairn
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