The House of Honey & The Sticky Spoon Cafe - Perth
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For the past 40 years, avid bee keeper Rupert Phillips and his wife Kim have been all over the globe for the sake of their bees. Taking their furry friends with them, they've scoured Western Australia more recently to pollinate and harvest the best honey on offer and in January 2010, they opened the House of Honey and the Sticky Spoon Cafe in the Swan Valley.
The beehives are moved around to different locations , often native bushland, where different Eucalyptus species help to create a number of individual and delightful flavours.
The House of Honey shop gives the opportunity to taste, speak to staff about all things bees and watch the live bee display. It is also home to a wide array of honeys to suit every palate, such as the Karri honey, which only flowers once every 10 years but has a heavenly smooth texture proving to be highly addictive.
For those not partial to the flavour, the shop also demonstrates the health benefits of honey products such as Royal Jelly. As nature's super food made to keep the Queen bee at the top of her game, it can work to improve practically everything for us humans; better digestion, improved vitality, lowered stress and has anti-bacterial properties.
In addition to this, bee fans can join the Honey Club for free, receiving newsletters about seasonal honey and bee related products as well as being entered into a prize draw for free tea. Join the Honey Club
The adjacent Sticky Spoon Cafe provides the opportunity for a well earned rest, with a selection of loose leaf teas, coffees and the Traditional Devonshire Tea, with scones made with their own honey. The Sticky Spoon Cafe Menu
With lavender, wisteria and dazzling roses colouring the gardens, the smell of rosemary in the air and black cockatoos flying above, you can sit back, relax and take in the view.