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Bees Blessing's syrups

A blessing in disguise

Bees Blessing LHG Not so long ago if we succumbed to flus and colds we would have reached for honey, ginger, lemons and boiling water, and for some of us a shot of whiskey.

While some of us still make our own, many of us can now skip the “process” and take comfort in having a bottle of two of Bees Blessing organic and all-natural honey-based drink concentrates on hand for the family.

There’s the organic lemon honey and ginger, of course, but then’s there’s a “Knock your socks off” version. We suspected whiskey, but found there to be few extra doses of ginger instead.

Jo and Ian take pride in using 100% pure and natural ingredients and try to use organic produce as much as possible. There are no additives, no preservatives and no added sugar. We don’t want that, otherwise we’d make our own.

They believe their drinks express the aroha of their farm and enrich the health and wellbeing (ora) of people who try it. With such a great philosophy you know it’s going to taste good and be good for you..
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