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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Location
    Rhea County, Tennessee
    Posts
    127

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    Greetings.
    I just took a super of honey off my Russians, and was very surprised how dark it was. Combs were pretty and white, but the honey very amber.
    I tasted a piece of comb, as did my daughter, and it was VERY sweet, no bite or sourwood-like burn...just real sweet, and real thick, or seems so at least.
    My daughter suggested it tasted familiar, but not like the light store-honey we have gotten used to lately...
    Then it hit her: rasins. It hints of the dried grape.
    I had suspected clover, it had been a heavy clover year this year, this is darker than any clover I have had before.
    Does anybody know what this is?!
    HELP!

    RBAR

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2004
    Location
    Huntington, West Virginia, USA
    Posts
    438

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    Tulip poplar...it bloomed profusely in my area and I got the same thing.

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