There are a couple of people I know who are kind of weirded out by the honey which came straight from my hive. They just are not into it at all, and don't even want to try it. They have this notion of how honey is supposed to be, you know, the cheap generic stuff that all looks and tastes the same. One person thought it looked 'kinda dark' and also wonders just how clean it is, as if bees were using the hive as some kind of urinal as well. I think he thinks that if it isn't strained and heated to the nth degree that it is unsanitary. One woman who is the mother of a friend of mine, refuses to try it. Has anyone had this kind of experience with people? My honey is beautiful and delicious and has absolutely nothing wrong with it. I do remember though the first time I had ever tried honey that was different than 'typical' honey. I was surprised at how different it tasted, and did not realize that there were so many different varieties of honey, with different colors and flavors. Can anyone point me to a good link or article that goes into the honey varieties, what makes them different, and also discusses the cleanliness of it as well as how enzymes are preserved by not heating it, etc...I would like to just have something educational that I can pass on to these people and anyone else who thinks 'different' honey is strange or unsanitary.