King Bee Honey
This is a great testing honey. That i pull Three times a year in my area. In the spring it is light in color with floral notes, as much of it comes from blackberry and privet. In summer and early fall, it darkens slightly and has a more deeper flavor as much of it comes from Chinese Tallow tree and Golden Rod. in late November or Early December a final pull is done, which results in a light honey with a very slight under tone that most people want be familiar with, due to the fact that it is produced by hives located on a tea farm that the bees work during Oct. into Nov. when nothing else in the area is producing nectar. This produces a very light great tasting honey that is only available in small quantities. This Depends on the weather during these times, as the bees need warmer days to get out and work the tea plants. Luckily south Mississippi still gets a lot of days in the upper 70's and low 80's during this time of the year.
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