Tasmania lies on latitude 42 south, sharing this latitude only with the South Island of New Zealand and Southern Chile. Generally a mountainous and inhospitable area. For a brief 6-8 weeks of the year, summer comes to this wild place and the annual blooming of the Leatherwood tree, Eucryphia Lucida. The tree bears an abundance of extremely delicate white flowers with a fresh piquant scent. The bees visit these flowers for six weeks, from January to mid-March and collect distinctive aromatic nectar from them. During this time, our beekeepers camp in the remote wilderness while removing the surplus honey from the beehives, enabling us to provide this highly sought-after honey to connoisseurs worldwide.