I've been reading the posts about moisture content in the honey crop being above the normal value of 18.6%. This prompted me to purchase a refractometer just to be on the safe side.
Anyway, last year my first small crop was treated like gold. We put it in 8oz jars and gave it away as gifts to friends and family. We saved ourselves one small bottle just to prove that we did have a crop. Kinda like someone keeping their first earned dollar. This years honey did test @19.3%. I decided to open the saved prized sample and test it. Well it tested 19.3% and tasted just as good as the day it was bottled. This has put to rest my concerns about the fermentation of honey at these moisture levels.