Valued for it’s mild and fragrant flavour, it’s in-store now and not just for French Gourmet Chefs!
The year is 2009, and on an apple orchard in Shepparton, a farmer discovers a pleasantly coloured lime-green fruit on a particular limb of a Pink Lady tree.
Oddly it did not take on the red-pink colours of the other fruit. It had a similar texture to Pink Lady but a bit sweeter and was given the name “Sweet Ava”.
Since grafting and producing the initial trees, there are now 100 Sweet Ava trees all grown in Victoria.
Try it and let us know what you think!
Pure Young Manuka Honey is sourced from Northern NSW and Queensland. The MGO rating is a globally recognised system of measurement of the anti-bacterial activity of Manuka Honey