Ward off win­ter chills at Walk­a­bout Api­aries

North East Tourist News - - Milawa & District -

WHETHER you’re look­ing to warm up or keep healthy this win­ter, you should make Walk­a­bout Api­aries a stop on your next trip.

It is well known that honey com­forts a sore throat, with a spoon­ful of honey be­ing just as ef­fec­tive as store bought reme­dies at sooth­ing dis­com­fort.

So whether you are stay­ing in the Wan­garatta, Mi­lawa or Ox­ley ar­eas, or are on the way to the snow re­sorts, feel free to stop off at Walk­a­bout Api­aries and grab a jar of their all nat­u­ral honey.

Walk­a­bout Api­aries also stock tempt­ing tra­di­tional spiced mead made with their honey, which is a warm­ing and fes­tive drink per­fect for long, cold win­ter nights.

And their re­cently repack­aged honey, pear and gin­ger cor­dial, made with their own honey, fresh pear juice and fresh grated gin­ger, is not only tasty, it can help boost your health and aid im­mu­nity against win­ter ill­nesses, ac­cord­ing to Walk­a­bout Api­aries’ Greg White­head.

The cor­dial con­tains no added sugar and can be en­joyed heated or cold, al­though Greg rec­om­mends con­sum­ing it with soda water.

If you’re look­ing to cre­ate a cosy at­mos­phere at your home over win­ter, Walk­a­bout Api­aries also stocks a range of 100 per cent nat­u­ral beeswax can­dles with cotton wicks that can cre­ate a ro­man­tic am­bi­ence at your home.

You can con­tact Walk­a­bout Api­aries on (03) 5727 3468, drop into the farm gate shop at 1531 Snow Road in Mi­lawa be­tween 9am-5pm most days, or look them up on Face­book.

FUEL OF FLAVOUR: Walk­a­bout Api­aries’ honey, pear and gin­ger cor­dial, pic­tured with a host of other Walk­a­bout Api­aries prod­ucts, is an ideal win­ter drink and can be en­joyed warm or cold.

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