Buckwheat, that dark one second to left, was the honey where opinions seemed to diverge the most. Some enjoyed its complexity the most, listing it as favorite. Others were not a fan, including our board member Varin whose tasting notes included "barnyard, hay, molasses, soy sauce, rustic texture."
  • slowfoodseaBuckwheat, that dark one second to left, was the honey where opinions seemed to diverge the most. Some enjoyed its complexity the most, listing it as favorite. Others were not a fan, including our board member Varin whose tasting notes included "barnyard, hay, molasses, soy sauce, rustic texture."

  • kairuyI covet the one on the right for its label.
  • slowfoodsea@kairuy bought it at slough foods in Edison. It has been my regular honey for a couple jars now, is nice straightforward honey.
  • farm2meWould love to collaborate and curate #local food makers at your events - great way to connect the local food community and promote healthy living - let us know how to reach out
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