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About us

Our Bee Keepers

Hugh Green (Hughie)

Hugh has earned a Bachelor of Business majoring in finance, also has a background in cattle and property development. Co-founder of Honey Bros. Is known around the apiary for belly laughing at his own jokes. Often repeats himself and is beginning to think he is invincible after near misses in the field, included but not limited to his suspected bee allergy. 

Daniel Green (The Lone Wolf)

Daniel earned a Bachelor of Partying down in Dunedin before co-founding Honey Bros Limited. Daniel loves basketball, gambling. conspiracy theories and binge watching love island. Once got drunk in Thailand and got Lone Wolf tattooed to his knuckles. He lives his life by the famous Ricky Bobby quote “If you’re not first, you’re last”.

James Green (Skewy)

Our newest recruit at Honey Bros, James was a drifter for years before watching the movie ‘Flight’ and deciding it would be cool to be a pilot (now a qualified commercial pilot). With his powerful beard, long hair and wild behaviour on a night out, he was always destined for the apiary. James loves rugby, horse racing and James Blunt. He cried during the Notebook and in his spare time is studying to become a marriage celebrant.

William Bulcraig (Billy the kid)

After years studying and notching up a massive student loan to finally complete his Bachelor of Commerce, Billy was destined to work 50 hour weeks in an office cubicle, hoping after 30 years of working overtime that the boss would remember his name and promote him to a middle management role. All until that fateful day he gave Honey Bros a helping hand and developed an unquenchable thirst for manufacturing liquid gold.

Morgan Dearsly (The Pollinator)

A university drop out who moved to Canada to pursue a career as a brand awareness technician (retail assistant) before coming back to NZ and joining the team. His goldfish memory and ability to sleep in any situation makes him a liability in the apiary. In his spare time Morgan loves Brazilian Ju-Jitsu and hiking. He swears to have seen Big Foot whilst trekking in Canada.

  • Honey Bros

  • As nature intended
  • Honey Bros

  • As nature intended
  • Honey Bros

  • As nature intended
  • Honey Bros

  • As nature intended

Honey Bros

As nature intended

Honey Bros

As nature intended

Honey Bros

As nature intended

Honey Bros

As nature intended

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the Honey Comb last? 

Honey never spoils! Honey Comb buried In Egyptian tombs 4,500 years ago, was recently found and still edible. We mark an expiration date on some of containers as required by food stores, but that date is simply to meet their regulations. Tastes best when consumed within the first few years.

What is the best way to store it Honey Comb?

The best way to keep raw honeycomb is at room temperature in a cabinet away from direct sunlight. Keep it in the plastic box to prevent any unwanted visitors from getting into it. Of course, avoid exposing your honey to water. It does not need to be in a refrigerator. 

How do you eat Honey Comb?

The options are endless! It is delicious spread on toast, added to a cheese platter, or adding some sweetness to your morning porridge or favourite dessert. 

Do you eat the comb?

The wax cells of honeycomb are not only edible but very beneficial as it provides heart-healthy long-chain fatty acids and alcohols. These compounds may help lower cholesterol levels, as well as provide healthy roughage.

Health benefits of Rewarewa Honey Comb?

 Rewa Rewa honey is a great source of antioxidants, phenols and flavonoids, not to mention it tastes amazing! 

My package was damaged on arrival, what do I do?

While we do our best to ensure that all packages arrive safe and sound, we are at the mercy of the postal services. If your package arrives damaged, please flick us an email at hello@honeybros.co.nz and we will do our best to make it right. 

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