Oku honey is produced in Cameroon in the Kilum Ijim forest on the summits of Mt. Oku. It is primarily noted for its color, which is white to cream, while most other African honeys are reddish or dark. The taste can be described as light, sweet, slightly acidic, with notes of grape juice and citrus.
This is pure natural honey produced from the Kilum Mountain in the western highlands of the North West Region of Cameroon