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Get Stuck on Summer with Gooey and Delicious Airborne Floral Honey

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We have an Airborne Honey prize pack to give away!

But first! Check out what some of our Kiwi Mummy Bloggers thought when they tried some Airborne Honey on their families.

Click on the images below to read their reviews, more to come soon!

Emma from Craving Fresh

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Stace from Lil Knight Lights

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Madeleine from Ecochick

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Fay from Imagination Overload

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Tempt yourself this Christmas with Airborne’s Floral Honey range. With flavours ranging from traditional manuka through to the exotic kamahi, there is a flavor to suit every taste bud! Perfect as Christmas gifts or to be savored in summer treats, Airborne Floral Honeys are delicious and healthy, a perfect complement to your Kiwi summer.

As well as being the perfect exotic and indulgent Christmas gift, Airborne Floral Honeys are:

Honest
Check out the back of your jar of Airborne Floral Honey – printed on the label is the exact percentage of the pollen source in your jar of honey – so you can see that it contains exactly what the label says it does.

Traceable
You can also trace the honey right back to the beehive it came from using the batch number. Every jar of Airborne Floral Honey is totally traceable.

Undamaged
Airborne Honey is the only honey brand that can verify if the honey has been heat damaged by testing the HMF levels. The honey is tested twice to be sure it remains undamaged after packing, so they can make sure that as much of the goodness of natural New Zealand Honey is retained as possible during packing.

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How to enter:

To win an Airborne Honey Prize Pack including 2 large and 2 mini Airborne Floral Honeys all you have to do is comment below or email me at sarah@kiwimummyblogs.co.nz. Tell me your favourite way to eat honey and you’re in the draw!

If you tweet about the giveaway, let me know and you’ll get extra entries for each mention (@kiwimummyblogs).

  • Remember when commenting or emailing to include your name and email so I can contact you if you win, to send you the prize.
  • The giveaway will will close 6pm 23rd December 2010. The winners will be drawn at random, and contacted via email as soon as possible.
  • Giveaway is open to New Zealand entries only but if you are overseas and have a NZ address we can send the prize out to, you are eligible to enter also.
  • Prize may not be sent out until January since it’s the silly season!

23 Responses to Get Stuck on Summer with Gooey and Delicious Airborne Floral Honey

  1. Widge says:

    never been a huge honey fan BUT we do use it up in honey rice bubble cake. Alot!
    Plus I have been made aware of the health benefits from honey over the last few years so I like to add a small amount to my own ginger brewed tea ( recipe I made up by slicing fresh ginger and letting it seep in hot water for about 10 mins) add little bit of honey and it AMAZING

  2. Rachel Henderson says:

    On toast and homemade natural yoghurt! :-)

  3. stace says:

    can i enter?? as you know we love honey! in my cup of tea is the bestest!!!

  4. Marie Snell says:

    I would so loe to win some of this as it looks so yummy and would put a great flavor for my glaze for the ham and spit roast leg of lamb Mmmmm yummy honey for my tummy ♥

  5. Bronwyn says:

    Yummo!! I love honey on crumpets fresh out of the toaster. And in the winter, you can’t beat a spoonful of honey and a squeeze of lemon juice in boiling water.

  6. Norelle says:

    HOT BUTTERY TOAST smothered in honey!

  7. Kelly says:

    Bit of a honey fiend here – my favourite way would be on toasted capeseed loaf (from Bakers Delight). I practically lived on that when I was pregnant because everything else made me queasy. I hide my honey from DH because I can’t bear to run out without knowing!

  8. Maria says:

    I like carrot cake with Honey cream-cheese :)

  9. Jacqui Carr says:

    I love it in lemon drink – esp when I’m not feeling too well!

  10. Kyra says:

    mmm I love honey! Toast, lemon drinks, sandwiches are all yum but I think my fav would have to be rack of lamb with honey out of the food for flatters cookbook.
    kyromaniac at gmail dot com

  11. I love honey in smoothies, and on chicken yum yum

  12. gina says:

    Honey spread on hot crumpets

  13. S Young says:

    Lemon and Honey hot toddy

  14. B Walsh says:

    honey swirled into a bowl of hot porridge

  15. Melanie says:

    I like eating a spoonful of honey straight from the jar

  16. Julie says:

    I like to add honey into my specialty asian stlye salad dressing

  17. kathie tanner says:

    Crumpets and butter on a cold wet morning with a mug of hot steamy milo !

  18. Best way to eat honey is on toast :-) Delicious!

  19. paula hudson says:

    In honey and lemon drinks :)

  20. paula hudson says:

    have tweeted:)

  21. Tash Steven says:

    In mince, for wraps :)
    Aside from that its great off the spoon!

  22. Sara says:

    Honey on toast with lots of butter… YUM!! Plus the odd sneaky spoonful :-)

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