I was told about "Africanized Honey," NOT honey from Africa .
I am very new to the world of honey and could use some wise counsel.
I am helping a family-member on the East Coast. At their association meeting, a potential customer inquired about what he thought was called "Africanized Honey," presumably a honey product from southern states' honeybess that have cross-bred. He described the honey as having a caramel fragrance and/or taste and maybe originating in Texas. I was asked to help out, because I live in the Austin, TX area and could maybe find a local (TX) source.
Anyway, the client is looking to purchase a couple of drums of this type of honey, if we can locate the product.
Has anyone heard of or have any knowledge of "Africanized Honey?" Or might I be unknowingly hunting snipe???
Any help will be greatly appreciated...Please Advise, if possible.