Review: Supahoney

Now its no secret that I have the biggest sweet tooth on the planet, deserts, chocolate, sweets, anything, I’m hooked! So when the oppotunity to try out the new Rowse Supahoney came up I wasnt exactly going to turn it down now was I?

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So what makes it Supahoney?
You may have heard of Manuka Honey before, it has been around for a few years now and made the news back in 2004. It is believed that the ancient Maori honey has anti-bacterial benefits and can help conditions such as stomach aches, stomach ulcers, sore throats, strep throat, acid reflux, heartburn, IBS, Cold/Flu Symptoms amongst other conditions! Sounds like magic honey to me!
Ok so its good for me, but does it taste weird?

Both the Supahoney Original and the Supahoney with Lemon taste absolutely superb, I couldn’t detect any herbal flavouring to suggest I was having anything different than to normal honey. Simba has also been eating it and he’s the first to turn his nose up at something that doesn’t taste quite right. So I can safely say that for once something is good for you and it tastes good too! Bonus!

 
Brilliant so the taste is great and its healthy but how much does it cost? I’m not going to lie, my Dad started buying Manuka honey years ago and I gave him tons of stick for the fact he was spending £15 on a standard sized pot just because it was “healthy honey” however I can tell you that Rowse are far better when it comes to their pricing. Priced at £3.99 for a 250g jar I personally think thats a hell of a lot better than some of the other brands that are usually over £10 for a 250g jar.

I can safely say that I am loving this honey, as a Indian Head Massage Therapist anything with healing benefits fascinates me and this is something I have wanted to try for a while but I wasn’t prepared to pay the price of other brands. I love the fact that a well known honey brand such as Rowse are producing an affordable option that tastes in no way different. There are so many ways that you can use honey too, my favourite is on my toast or drizzled in my porridge, however you can also use it as a sweetener in hot drinks, with chicken, salad dressings or what about a hot toddy 😉

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