Mt Pirongia blend honey is collected from the foothills of Mt Pirongia, the 2016 crop is likely to contain nectar from lowland pasture species such as clover, dandelion, and blackberry, as well as forest species including rewarewa, kamahi and mahoe. This has resulted in a honey that is initially delicate on the tongue, intensifying to a robust and tangy lingering aftertaste. This year we offer a liquid or creamed version of the Mt Pirongia Blend, with very little difference in taste, only texture. It is not blended with honey from other locations. Mt Pirongia Blend honey is just that, a blend made by the bees themselves.