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Batch 2 Special Edition Hot Tonic 500 Bottles Only
Batch 2 Special Edition Hot Tonic 500 Bottles Only
Batch 2 Special Edition Hot Tonic 500 Bottles Only
Batch 2 Special Edition Hot Tonic 500 Bottles Only
Batch 2 Special Edition Hot Tonic 500 Bottles Only
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Batch 2 Special Edition Hot Tonic 500 Bottles Only

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In our solar-powered juicery in Nelson we like to keep things simple. So, we crafted a batch of winter warming Hot Tonic with pure ginger, turmeric, Keri Keri lemon, Golden Bay Mānuka Honey blend, and Hawke's Bay apples. Absolutely no refined sugar. And that's all.

Our Hot Tonic supports New Zealand's finest bee guardians. Because we value bees and the vital part they play in the ecosystem. Every bottle you buy supports South Island bees.

Mix up to warm up. 50 ml Hot Tonic. 150 ml boiling water. Enjoy.

Bottle size: 350ml.

Ingredients

Filtered water, Keri Keri lemon juice 20%, Golden Bay Mānuka Honey blend 13%, Hawkes Bay apple juice concentrate, ginger extract 3.3%, turmeric extract 0.5%, vitamin C. Contains bee pollen.

Shipping

$5.00 or free for orders over $20.00.

Shipping to any address in New Zealand. All orders are shipped via a trackable courier.

About the Honey

The Biohoney we use in our Hot Tonic is sourced exclusively from the South Island. Characterised by mountains, bush and sparsely populated, it's a perfect habitat for bees and the source of the world’s purest honey.

"The people we choose to work with are often second or third generation beekeepers who hold old knowledge and prioritise the bees over profit. For the foreseeable future it is vital that we pay and empower those who raise and care for bees," Terry Bone, Honey Expert, Biohoney.

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