Posts Tagged ‘ Stephanie and Martin Lynch ’

Sweetree honey scoops another award

Jul 24th, 2015 | By

Horsham Downs beekeepers Stephanie and Martin Lynch have collected another award for their honey. The couple’s Kirikiriroa Honey has claimed second prize in the Beekeepers Special Reserve section of the National Beekeepers Association National Honey Competition. Sweetree’s Dried Bee Pollen also won bronze in the national bee pollen section. Kirikiriroa Honey is produced from 45

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Honey jars sweet idea for competition

Mar 15th, 2013 | By

It’s time to think up sweet ideas for old honey jars. Horsham Down’s beekeepers, Sweetree, are holding a photo competition to see just how creative people can bee (sorry, couldn’t resist). “Lately I’ve been reading on Facebook how our customers reuse their Sweetree honey jars. They are used for jams, chutneys, sauces and for storing

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Honey jars help community

Oct 18th, 2012 | By

Here’s a honey of a thing to do with old Sweetree honey jars – return them to Horsham Downs apiarists Stephanie and Martin Lynch – all for a good cause. Stephanie has recently joined the “Horotiu Honeys” branch of Rural Women of NZ. “We have been thinking about what we can do to help the

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The sweet taste of Horsham Downs

Mar 16th, 2012 | By

Horsham Downs is a honey of a place, as Stephanie and Martin Lynch well know. The bee-keeping couple are changing the name of their Farmblend honey to Horsham Downs Country – in recognition of where it is collected, and where they have lived since 2002.  Stephanie says their honey is location specific, each batch representing

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Honey of a new name

Dec 12th, 2011 | By

After three years trading as Vitality Bee Products, Horsham Downs bee keepers Stephanie and Martin Lynch are now – officially – Sweetree. Regulars at the Hamilton Farmers’ Market every Sunday, they have dressed up their stall for the occasion. It sports a new banner, rustic-style shelving, New Zealand themed teaspoons for honey tasting and the

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