Hey - sorry for the delay replying - been away and also almost forgot this thread!
Yes ~ UtahBees & I had a successful exchange ~ woohoo! :-D It's nice trying different honeys for sure and Scott's blend is very good. It's interesting in tasting honeys, I've found, it is sometimes challenging on the palette. At first I just noted a nice mild, sweet taste w/out any identifiable "notes". Then, after sampling some vetch honey (from Cali, also very good) and trying some more - a little celery flavour came across. What did you say were the nectar sources for your honey again?
Glad you liked the blackberry! That's still my favourite for the year as well. The August Wildflower harvest is nice, fresh and light with a lot of flavour but all very delicate. The September Wildflower is darker and has a more robust flavour, not overpowering but a bit of a sour & buttery note mixed in. Thanks so much for the kind review and your honey! You are definitely on for trade next season! 8-)
Kathy ~> I didn't forget about you.. sadly, we've just have not had the time to make it to Eagle Creek as yet. Ever make it to P-Town?
Thanks for the kind words Cindi! I'm still game for an international honey exchange if you are. :)
My surplus is heading out retail style now... Here's a pic of a local grocery store's shelves (can you spot my honey? hehe)
been a fun first year!