Kohekohe Honey

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Over the past couple of years I have learnt A LOT about beekeeping and honey thanks to my partner taking up the hobby which quickly turned into a business. Kohekohe Honey is in its second season of production and this year we have comb honey and liquid honey to sell (liquid coming soon!)

I wanted to share some pictures from this journey and also let you know where you can buy it online (NZ Only at the moment sorry!).

I love the brand we have designed together, it is a great mix of rustic and authentic styles and really conveys the organic, natural process we have taken to extract the honey. There is no manufacturer involved, no processsing and the taste and smell of the honey really shows this. Honey is such a beautiful product and to see it in it’s natural form and then simply package it up is a gift and we are very excited about this product!

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Love Ideas Creative – Kohekohe NZ Honey packaging design

Hi there,

I have a little something different for you this week!

I have finally sorted out my Love Ideas Creative brand and design business and wanted to show you a few things I’ve been working on! I’ll show you something new every day this week and then show my new website.

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Kohekohe NZ Honey is a great small business that I worked with a few months ago. They are a boutique business selling comb honey within New Zealand.

The brief was for something rustic looking and earthy while still conveying the fantastic benefits of honey and the fact the honey was 100% pure and NZ made.

At the moment they are just selling comb honey but hopefully later in the year there will be liquid honey too so I’ll keep you up to date with this growing brand.

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For those of you who have never seen comb honey, it is cut straight off the frames that the bees work on – here are a couple of pictures of the frames.

The honeycomb construction is an amazing thing, those bees are so clever!

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Oh and for anyone in New Zealand you can buy the comb honey here – apparently it is amazing!

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