The numbers on a label of Honey Paihia multifloral manuka honey 100+ mgo are basically a measurement of purity of the nectar that our bees made the multifloral manuka honey 100+ from. The larger the number, which measures the special ingredient, methylglyoxal in milligrams per kilogram, the purer the manuka honey. There are a series of tests for manuka honey 100 to pass before it can be called multifloral manuka honey when it is being exported from New Zealand. Generally when a manuka honey tests around 100 for methylglyoxal in milligrams per kilogram of honey it is considered multifloral manuka honey, meaning it's from a multifloral honey nectar source. This scale can go from 25 to 1200 or in rare cases even more.
Honey Paihia multifloral manuka honey 100+ mgo starts at a minimum of 100 milligrams of methlyglyoxal (MGO) per kilogram of honey. Honey Paihia multifloral manuka honey 100+ mgo is the equivalent of 6+ using the original NPA rating system. Honey Paihia gets our multifloral manuka honey 100+ mgo tested using infrared spectroscopy to measure the amount of methlyglyoxal (mgo) in the honey.
Honey Paihia multifloral manuka honey 100+ mgo has a delectable flavour which is not too strong and not too sweet. The current batch has a spicy flavour which hits mid palate. Some would say Honey Paihia multifloral manuka honey 100+ mgo is perfectly balanced.