Desert Mallee, also known as Eucalyptus concinna, is a tree endemic to Australia. Collected from the trees in the red ochre soils of Western Australia's historic Goldfields district.
This honey, in taste and colour, embodies the harsh extremes of the desert environment it's collected from. Droughts, fires and hot summer days are what these Desert Mallee trees survive to still be able to produce the sweet nectar our bees collect.
A great tasting honey with strong intensive flavours and a lot of history!