Had one medium left super left in the yard that I have been waiting on the brood to hatch from some of the frames. In the meantime, the bees capped a considerable amount of the remaining frames. I ended up with around 8 pounds of honey. It was pretty stinky extracting the honey. The goldenrod and Asters dirty sock odor was there. However, I noticed the smell more in the cappings than the honey. In fact, the honey pretty much lost that odor after it settled. The honey tested at 18.5% humidity. It tasted great! I did a little research and discovered many people out there enjoy the flavor of fall honey predominantly sourced from goldenrod/asters. The overwhelming consensus is that the honey has butterscotch tones.