Discovering 35 Types of Honey!

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11 Responses

  1. Anjuska says:

    I love this post, It’s very informational, I didn’t know that there are that many types of honey.

  2. Syntich says:

    Wow, you are a true honey 🍯 lover. I had no idea there were different sort of honeys and to talk about 35. Well done for such a well written and educational post.

  3. Jamie says:

    I had no idea there were so many different types of honey! My parents are bee keepers so I enjoy fresh honey every year and it’s so healthy for so many things especially for keeping my kids’ coughs down. Nothing like a spoonful of honey before bed to calm sore throats.

  4. Great post. I have no idea there were so many types of honey, but we do use honey a lot! My son has certain dietary needs where he needs to keep fruit sugars separate from cane/refined sugars, and honey is my go-to for baking and cooking! I have to know the source too since bees getting their nectar from fruit classifies the honey as a fruit in our house! Luckily my parents have bees on our family farm and I know we are getting Alfalfa Honey from them, which keeps it sugar-neutral for us. We also use it for sore throats, and I make a tea from hot water, honey, and essential oils when I feel a cold coming on.
    Great post, love the specifics for each type of honey you talked about!

  5. Tanya says:

    I never knew there were so many types of honey. There are honey vendors at my local farmer’s market. I think I’ll check them out next weekend. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Wow! So many types of honey! Thank you for educating us – I can’t wait to learn more!

  7. Jassy says:

    I love honey! Really interesting post!

  8. Really?! I only know one type of honey, and that is ‘Honey’! Thanks for educating 🙂

    • Jelena says:

      Hahaha.. Honey is like wine. The wine has different tastes depending on the area on which the grapes grow. It’s the same with honey. The taste and color depending on the area where bees are grown. Bees take pollen from different plants, and each plant has its own specific taste.

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