I pulled some supers that we had left on after the August Harvest and there was considerable honey comb in a few supers. It was very rich looking and dripping with honey. We brought back a container full to the house, cleaned out the dead bees and chewed on some.comb It tasted like very very strong old honey. I cant describe any better. We are accustomed to a light floral taste and this honey was extremely strong tasting. Is this the taste of goldenrod or could it be honey that was not harvested and somehow had the taste become different. Although we have goldenrod in our area we usually harvest in August and leave a super on for the bees over the winter. Based on the comb it was not darker in color. Any ideas as to this strong taste?