Crafted to perfection, 1839's triple churned process delivers the silkiest, creamiest New Zealand Manuka Honey.
1839's Manuka Honey is 100% free range. Their hives are scattered in the nooks and crannies of the manuka covered mountains, far away from the contaminants of modern life.
They want you to be completely confident with the quality and integrity of their product. So every single jar of 1839 honey comes with its own unique code. When you scan that code with your smart phone, the product’s origin and authenticity is instantly verified.
Pure New Zealand 10+ UMF (MGO 829+) Manuka Honey
Enjoy as a spread or straight off the spoon. Store upright at room temperature (below 25 degrees) and out of direct sunlight.
For preferred honey consistency, warm to soften or refrigerate to firm.
Not recommended for infants under 12 months.
We deliver globally via DHL Express. In most cases orders arrive within 3-5 days anywhere in the world. We ship within 1-3 business days from the time your order is placed. You will be contacted should delays occur.
Shipping charges differ by weight and country. For indicative rates, please check our shipping policy or look up exact rates during checkout.
Our ultra premium & luxury honeys come with complimentary express shipping and orders including those items are Shipped Free around the world. Eligible products are marked.
NEW ZEALAND DELIVERY
FREE delivery within New Zealand on all orders over NZD $100. For orders under this amount, postage is just $6.90.
If you have any questions regarding shipping please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone New Zealand +64 9 447 1556
UMF / MGO
UMF and MGO Ratings
All pure monofloral Manuka Honeys come in varying degrees of strength. Different brands use different grading systems to highlight the strength or bioactivity. UMF and MGO are the most commonly used grading systems and the most trusted.
MGO (Methylgloxal) is one of the chemical markers found in Manuka Honey
As part of the quality process, independent testing measures four key signature markers - MGO, Leptosperin, HMF and DHA
Source: UMFHA Official UMF™ MGO Comparison Table
When 1839 Honey, discovered that in 1839 an intrepid pioneer named Mary arrived in New Zealand with two bee hives, they knew they had found their inspiration.
Their hives are scattered in the nooks and crannies of the Manuka covered mountains, far away from the contaminants of modern life.
Their honey is crafted to perfection, with processes that only delivers the creamiest, silkiest and most delicious honey you could ever dream about.