Origin: New Zealand
Tawari (Ixere brexiodes) honey is native to New Zealand. Tawari is a tree growing to a height of 10-15 meters. The 'beaujolais' of honey, Tawari is best savored when young. Its origins are the lowland forests of New Zealand's far north where the elegant tree's waxy white flowers, prized by ancient Maori, give the bees a light yellow nectar with a lingering butterscotch flavor. So subtle and mild, it's perfect for topping pancakes, waffles or ice cream.
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