BEE ONE THIRD - JAMES STREET NEIGHBOURHOOD HONEY 350G
From the rooftop of Gerard's Bar, located within the James Street precinct in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley, our bees are happy to be foraging through some of Brisbane's healthiest and most diverse inner-city gardens.
Our James Street neighbourhood honey is a seasonal reflection of the diversity of flowers found by the bees from the surrounding neighbourhoods, a truly delicious and unique representation of Spring and Summer.
As the bees fly far and wide, visiting flowers within a 5km radius of their hives, they will be finding new sources of food in New Farm, Teneriffe, Newstead, Spring Hill, Bowen Hills and Herston. A broad representation of the flowering cycles of this prime pocket of pollination heaven.
ABOUT BEE ONE THIRD
Our seasonal honey is harvested at the end of each climatic season to ensure we capture the specific flavour and textural profile of the former season's flowerings. From batch to batch and location to location, our honey will change in flavour, texture, profile and natural sugar content.
Our mission is to reconnect communities with the reality of what pollinators do for our food system, our health and our overall well-being. Pollinating change, flower by flower.
With 150 beehives under our stewardship across the East coast of Australia, Bee One Third - Neighbourhood Honey, strives to promote the well-being of all pollinators. Using age old beekeeping techniques, our honey is derived from some of Australia's most unique locations.
As beekeepers, our day-to-day roles include a variety of maintenance tasks inside the hives including disease control and prevention techniques, weekly honey extractions, and wild colony rescue. Our main focus is to work with local beekeepers, and the surrounding community, to increase the local bee population and create greater social awareness about the importance of our insect pollinator friends.