Hold your nose.
Queen annes lace will ruin any edible honey.
In the Willamette Valley, it provides a lesson to most new beekeepers about greed. While all of the local associations are advising newer beekeepers to pull honey by August 1st, there are always those exclaiming, ",They're still bringing it in,,they're still bringing it in!!!!"
Then, they bring in samples to a later meeting asking, "What happened to my honey?".
QAL has a powerful smell of B.O. (Human bad body odor)
If the honey sets around or chrystalizes and is heated, it gets even worse.
I have seen newer beekeepers have their entire crop spoiled to the point of inedible.
Wish I could think of something positive to say about it.
I strive to do my work to the best of my ability every day out of gratefullness.