It’s the Tasmanian Leatherwood Honey. Sourced from Australia’s island state, Tasmania, which boasts the world’s cleanest air and water and has some of world’s most primitive and ancient and unspoiled forests, this honey gets its name from the leathery textured leaves of the Leatherwood Eucryphia Lucida. A mono-floral honey (which means it is not blended with other floral honey), Leatherwood honey is renowned for its unusual floral bouquet. It possesses a fragrance like no other and a taste which no adjectives can adequately describe. Place a blob in your mouth and your senses are instantly awakened by the piquant perfumes of the Leatherwood blossoms. The aroma is robust, yet so lovely and pleasing to the palate.