I like pears.
LOL, nor a gift bee in the mouthparts, :lol:Charles said:....never look a gift horse in the mouth...:mrgreen:
Yeah, I posted the Pear-taste remark wondering if anyone had similar experiences with theirs. I'm a beginning winetaster, my wife and I have joined a wine tasting society, and we're pretty much new-bies at the whole thing. When tasting wines, you generally compare the taste to something else you're familiar with. Each person has a different experience. A wine that tastes like "almonds" or "apricots" to me may taste "buttery" to you. I think honey may be a little different. I know there is an unmistakeable & distinctive pear flavor to it, and it just could be simply the result when numerous floral sources are blended in the right ratios into a flavor "cocktail."barry42001 said:doesn't make any sense, perhaps a blended honey black locust has a unique taste, not particularly pear flavored though--seems like the "blended honey " have a flavor superior to the " pure " honey.
BjornBee said:For my opinion on the matter, I would require at least three one pound jars to get the proper reading and diagnosis on the honey origin. :roll: