Uganda Honey

Honey in its purest

Sneak Preview…..My Honey Boutique…………………….

Here is a sneak preview of my honey boutique. Eventually, it will house honey of different floral from different parts of Uganda.

This boutique will be the first in Uganda which sells honey that meets European Union Honey Quality Legislations. Every harvest, samples will be sent to University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart Germany for melissapalynology.

For a start, we shall be concentrating on honey, honey snacks for regular consumption. There will also be honey products that come in gift packaging for special events. Occasionally, we will have special “Comb Honey”.

In the future we will include by-products from honey like, bee pollen, royal jelly and propolis. All these takes time because it involve a lot of certification and testing. Once its approved, we shall then launch them. Meanwhile candles made out of beeswax are already on sale.


My Honey Boutique in Kampala.


Boutique will have a collection of honey of different floral from different parts of the Country.


Honey packed in 450gm glass jar.


Banana fibre box set which include honey, candles and spoon.


Clay hut contain small jar of honey carefully hand crafted by skilled potter.


Little angels made out of beeswax.


100% natural beeswax candles.


Honey coated snacks (sweet potato & G-nuts)


October 27, 2009 - Posted by | Beekeeping, beekeeping journal, Beeswax candles, honey, honey byproduct, honey harvest, Honey Processing, Honey Quality Control, propolis, raw honey | , , , ,


  1. Hello, your boutique looks lovely. I am seriously searchig for beeswax in Kampala. Where can I find your boutique? or if its not in Kampala, how I can get some in Kampala. Thanks.

    Comment by Tricia | December 7, 2010 | Reply

  2. Hi Lesster,

    Am intrigued by your story. Am wondering where in Kampala your boutique is. Can we come visit you sometime?


    Comment by Mukono-ite | November 13, 2009 | Reply

    • Would be great if you can tell me more about yourself 🙂 I am also intrigued by your mysterious no name mail 🙂

      Comment by Lesster | November 13, 2009 | Reply

  3. Congratulation, Lesster~ ^^

    Comment by Zai | October 28, 2009 | Reply

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