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Acacia Honey
Acacia honey is a premier grade honey with very light or semi-transparent color, deliciously sweet and crystal-clean taste. Acacia honey has a special flavor and fragrance from its floral source.
 
Buckwheat Honey
Buckwheat honey is a pungent honey with molasses and malty flavors and a lingering aftertaste. The honey is dark purple, usually referred to as black.
 
Chestnut Honey
The Chestnut has been reported to yield an abundance of a dark strong honey in Rhode Island; but careful examination with the microscope has failed to reveal either nectaries or nectar.
 
Clover Honey
The yellow flowered species of sweet clover blooms 10 days to 2 weeks before the white and their honeys are usually inseparably mixed. Clover honey has a sweet, flowery flavor and a pleasing mild taste.
 
Dandelion Honey
The leaves form a rosette above the central taproot. A bright yellow flower head (which is open in the daytime but closes at night) is borne singly on a hollow stem. Dandelion honey is a deep yellow, has a strong taste and smells the like the flower.
 
Eucalyptus Honey
Eucalyptus honey is a mildly sweet, herbal flavor with a fruity aftertaste, usually dark. Some eucalyptus honeys have a slight menthol flavor.
 
Heather Honey
Heather is a small perennial shrub growing to 20-50 cm tall (rarely to 1 m), and is found widely in Europe and Asia. The honey is reddish-amber, very heavy-bodied with an aromatic flavor.
 
Lavender Honey
Lavender is a flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae, native to the western Mediterranean region, primarily in the Pyrenees and other mountains in northern Spain. Lavender honey has a delicate sweetness with a strong, floral background.
 
Linden Honey
Clusters of cream-colored flowers are attached to a leafy bract and the nectar collects in the sepals. Linden honey is water-white with a good flavor. It has a fresh taste similar to green ripening fruit. It is characterized by its distinctive lingering flavor.
 
Manuka Honey
Manuka is a shrub or small tree native to New Zealand and southeast Australia. It is Rich amber colored, medium-strong and very thick with a barley-sugar flavor and intense, vigorous and distinctive caramel aftertaste.
 
Rosemary Honey
Rosemary is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant evergreen needle-like leaves. The flowers are variable in color, being white, pink, purple, or blue. It produces a water-white honey with a fine flavor.
 
Sunflower Honey
The Helianthus L. genus comprises 67 species and several subspecies in the Asteraceae family, all of which are native to North America. The honey is yellow amber; dry, not too sweet, and crystallizes quickly.
 
Thyme Honey
Thyme is a genus of about 350 species of aromatic perennial herbaceous plants. The honey is amber with a strong minty flavor and odor.
 
Orange Honey
A leading honey plant in southern Florida, Texas, Arizona and California, Orange trees bloom in March and April. The orange honey is a white to extra-light amber honey with a distinctive flavor and the aroma of orange blossoms.