ABORIGINAL ARTS LONDON UK
 

 
Authentic Australian Sugarbag
Beeswax for Didgeridoo Mouthpieces

25g
sugarbag wax

Fine tune your traditional yidaki or mago mouthpiece with our freshly harvested, Australian black sugarbag wax.

This piece is easily more than sufficient to make several clean, brand new, yidaki wax mouthpieces! Please note, this is much softer than UK wax and you may prefer our firmer, ready made, instant sugarbag mouthpieces, made from a blend of UK yellow and sugarbag wax.

Full detailed instructions YouTube movie!

£7.50

(out of stock)



We also stock UK pure organic beeswax £1.99 per 30g block

Sugarbag is found in tree hollows. An Aborigine may spot something resembling a small wax 'nose like' protrusion from the tree, or notice the movements of a single stingless bee to know a delicious natural honey pot is waiting to be opened! The Aborigine either splits open the opening or simply cuts off the branch in order to access the honey (guku) inside. The native honey tastes amazing!


eating bush honey
Eating fresh honey in the bush

honey for later

Plugging the ends of the hollow branch to share guku with family.



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