Itigi Thicket Wildflower

Itigi thicket honey is is woody and incense like, and a representation of the botanical biodiversity of Tanzania in and the Southern Acacia–Commiphora bushlands and thickets, a tropical grasslands, savannas, and shrublands ecoregion.

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This incense-like Tanzanian honey is derived from beekeepers in and around the Itigi Thickets of central Tanzania. The thickets are composed of a dense mixture of brush and tree species which grow in concentration within just two small regions in the world. The mostly deciduous brush, bush, scrubland, and woodlands, the Itigi thickets house an incredible array of endemic flora and fauna species. We are humbled to have access to this honey, and as grateful for the opportunity to share it with you.

Additional information


Woody, citrus zest, tobacco leaf


Light Amber

Main Note

beeswax, citrus incense

Nectar Source

Subtropical Shrubs, Tropical Shrubs