Honey Tasmania – the Beehive


Honey Tasmania can now be found in the Beehive, their splendid honey showroom in Exeter.

Learn all about the remarkable journey from flower to jar, and appreciate the wonder that is the honeybee. You can also taste the uniquely different varieties of pure raw honey made by our millions of industrious bees. Honey Tasmania’s hives are moved around between locations in the north of Tasmania, following the flow of nectar and pollen. This allows the company to bring you over 15 distinctive honeys.

Tristan and Rebecca Campbell, the beekeeper and the honey seller, are two of the most passionate and knowledgeable bee lovers you will find. There’s nothing they love more than to talk honey, honey products and bee keeping. The shop offers a wide range of honey alcohols including traditional meads, liqueurs, whiskeys and ales – as well as locally crafted giftware celebrating the beauty of the honeybee.

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