I tried something different that didn't work as well as I hoped. I love applewood flavored bacon and have had good luck smoking my own bacon to achieve that flavor. I cut some apple wood into small shavings and practiced getting it to work in my smoker. With some experimentation I mixed just the right amount of dried grass and applewood to produce a smoke that smelled like applewood. I set it under my honey super I pulled last month and smoked the frames with the honey still in the foundation. Smoked the frames for too long it seems. While I like the smokey taste to this mostly clover honey, no one else does. What are my options to reduce / hide this smokey flavor? I have thought of eating it all myself and starving the wife and daughter into liking it but hurriedly admit that is not the smartest option. I guess my best option is to mix my next batch with this batch and stir it well before bottling it. Any other ideas to help me deal with almost 45 pounds of smokey tasting honey? Live and learn I guess. Shouldn't try to improve the taste of something that doesn't need improving to start with.