We were so excited to be a finalist in the Center for Honeybee Research’s annual honey tasting competition. Bees collect and dehydrate flower nectar to transform it into honey. Every bottle tastes different depending on the terroir - the apiary's micro-climate, soil type, geomorphology, weather and nectar sources. And, each year, like wine, honey tastes different depending on the weather and moisture conditions.
Congratulations to Chris Beck of Michigan who was awarded the 2019 grand prize, and also to fellow Canadian Ken Coyle of Ontario who won in the Canadian category.