Pure as can bee
We've made it easier to source raw, local, and ethically produced honey. Muscle Honey is harvested on site using the traditional method of whole honeycomb cutting and honey press crushing.
Each batch of Muscle Honey is unique in flavour and texture depending on the season and local environment. Each jar is labelled according to the postcode it was produced in so you know exactly what you've purchased and where it has come from.
Our bees live in both urban and rural environments, supported by our wonderful Bee Guardians some of who you can meet below. Our beekeeper Harps travels around NSW taking care of the Muscle Honey hives and harvesting honey when in season.
Link up with our Instagram or Facebook pages to follow Harps as he visits the bees and their guardians.
Some of the Bee Guardians
Bee Guadian at Kirrawee
Bee Guardian at Newport
Tony & Ruth
Bee Guardians at Austinmer
Crushed comb honey
Crushed Comb is a traditional method for extracting honey from the hives. Each batch of Muscle Honey has the comb cut or scraped out and put through a honey press, essentially crushing the comb and squeezing out the honey. From here it's roughly filtered and then bottled. There is no heating, no fine filtration and nothing added, so what you get is just all the good stuff packed into the jar.
" I received my order today and I am totally satisfied with your absolutely delicious honey. I will be most certainly ordering my honey from you again. A most satisfied customer"
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"Goodness gracious, my second delivery and I have cracked open both jars. Newport, my , my, my, what a honey!"
"Wow just amazing fresh pure pressed honey. Highly reccomended"
"Hands down the best honey I've had"
Ashfield - 2131
Bee Guardian: David
Flavour strength: 3/5
Tasting Notes: Floral, Woody
Spring batch - 2021
Located 8kms South-West of the Sydney CBD
Home to Wangal people, Ashfield is a bustling suburb in Sydney. It's an historical area with Victorian houses that experienced a population boom in 1890 because of the opening of the Sydney - Parramatta railway line. Today it is one of the most multicultural suburbs in Sydney