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A Taste Test for Honey

Fine Cooking Issue 65
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It isn’t always easy to detect subtle differences between honeys. That’s why we like to compare several varieties side by side. This Beehive Bee sampler includes nine unprocessed honey varietals, so once you discover which one is your favorite, you can buy a larger jar. Each honey comes from a specific plant, from orange blossom to sage and buckwheat. They’re all delicious, with flavor notes ranging from deep toffee, caramel, and spice to floral and fruity.

Nine-piece honey sampler, $45, at Bee Raw Honey (888-660-0090).

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