At our local meeting last night we had a honey tasting table. Members brought samples of their honeys from this year. We had more than a dozen different samples and no two were exactly the same. In wine and beer tasting (years ago I was on a chocolate taste panel) there are flavors and descriptive words to use....earthy, floral, bitter, burnt, etc. But what about honey? Floral covers a lot of flavors in chocolate, but in honey it is all floral....but many different floral tastes.
Goldenrod honey was very buttery, almost like butterscotch flavor. But something like locust or even a wild flower honey, there are a lot of flavors going on and just did not have the words to describe them. Just saying "that is good honey!" is not very descriptive, at least not after the 6th one.