Karri Tree: Exceptionally tall trees, with white flowers.
Location: Pemberton, Western Australia.
Colour: Light-coloured honey.
Flavour profile: Delicate, sweet, floral flavour.
Flowers: Can start in December and continue as late as April.
Rate of production: Although individual Karri trees may flower annually, abundant seed crops on any one tree occur only every 7 to 10 years.
Benefits: High in antioxidants and proven to help alleviate inflammation.
Total Antimicrobial Activity of the current batch: TA 35+ (see Chem Centre certificate in the online shop) on an established beneficial ratings scale ranging between TA 10+ and TA 35+, therefore, it has exceptional potential bacteria and fungal killing properties.