Why Our Gustare Honey Is Different
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We're glad you asked! Honey has so many natural benefits and flavours all too often lost in consumer level Honeys due to over filtration and blending with non-EU variants. This means you literally have no idea what you are eating. In a nutshell, we don't do anything to our honey to spoil the way the bees intended it to be. It comes straight out of the hive, goes through a particle filter to trap any debris and then it's straight into the jar and in your mouth!

Bee and flowers


We’re planning to bring over 40 different varieties of honey to the market over the next few years, some of which are seasonal, whereas others are exceptionally rare due to the product species only flowering once every 15 years. We aim to bring our exceptional product to customers across the globe, starting with the UK, the rest of Europe, Australia and the Middle East. From these locations we’ll then expand our operations to include many other countries with the aim to not only sell our product in those territories, but to start producing there too.


Honey is a sweet liquid made by bees using the nectar from flowers. It is graded by color, with the clear, golden amber honey often fetching a higher retail price than the darker varieties. Gustare Honey has many benefits. Listed below are the top three:

Healing wounds and burns

There have been some cases in which people have reported positive effects of using honey in treating wounds.

A review published in The Cochrane Library indicated that honey might be able to help heal burns. The lead author of the study said that “topical honey is cheaper than other interventions, notably oral antibiotics, which are often used and may have other deleterious side effects.

Preventing acid reflux

Recent research has shown that honey can reduce the upward flow of stomach acid and undigested food by lining the esophagus and stomach.

This has helped to reduce the risk of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). GERD can cause inflammatino, acid reflux, and heartburn. 

Fighting Infections

Some studies have revealed that Manuka honey may even be effective for the treatment of MRSA infections.

“Manuka and other honeys have been known to have wound healing and anti-bacterial properties for some time. But the way in which they act is still not known. If we can discover exactly how Manuka honey inhibits MRSA, it could be used more frequently as a first-line treatment for infections with bacteria that are resistant to many currently available antibiotics.”

Manuka honey may even help reverse bacterial resistance to antibiotics, according to research presented in the journal Letters in Applied Microbiology. This type of honey showed action against Ureaplasma urealyticum, a bacteria that is resistant to many different antibiotics.

In The Scientific World Journal, researchers provided data confirming that natural honey was as effective as a eusol antiseptic solution in reducing wound infections. There is a great deal of evidence supporting the use of honey as a remedy for infection.

  • UK:
    Gustare Honey Ltd, Sigma House, Oak View Close, Torquay, Devon, UK TQ2 7FF.

    Gustare Honey, Kempsey, NSW, Australia, 2440