If you are looking for a multifloral manuka honey that is nevertheless genuine and tested independently then this Manuka Doctor Manuka Honey MGO 70 makes a good manuka honey that you can use every day.
A multifloral manuka honey just means that in making the honey, the bees may also have collected nectar and pollen from a variety of different flowers and trees and not just the manuka bush.
Strict testing guidelines
However, strict new labelling guidelines mean that even to be considered a genuine multifloral manuka honey it must firstly be tested in an independent laboratory.
The honey must also contain certain chemical markers that occur naturally to be considered genuine manuka honey.
Manuka honey from New Zealand
Manuka Doctor has had decades of experience in sourcing and producing genuine and delicious manuka honey.
Consumers of Manuka Doctor Manuka Honey MGO 70 can trace the honey back to the exact hive it came from!
The company has thousands of beehives on both the North and South islands of New Zealand, a land that prides itself on the pristine natural beauty that is home to both the bees and the manuka tree.
MGO is the key
The abbreviation MGO is short for methylglyoxal and while it may sound a bit technical, MGO is what makes manuka honey special.
This Manuka Doctor Manuka Honey MGO 70 is not very strong in terms of its MGO level but may be a good place to start if you are new to manuka honey and its unique taste.
It can be difficult to exactly describe the flavour of manuka honey but many like explain it as being aromatic or slightly herbal in its taste.
However, the taste is as fascinating as its antimicrobial properties.
Children less than one year old are advised not to consume honey.