Honey is honey, you say? Well yes and no. If you're stirring it into a hot, highly flavoured tea, most flavour difference between types of honey will be lost, true.
Yet, bees that feed on specific plants make honey with truly unique flavour profiles. To taste the difference, try different kinds of honey side-by-side spread onto plain toast or a biscuit. Or, do what professional tasters do and try some all by itself spooned out of the jar.
You can usually find specific varieties of honey at farmers markets, farm stands, and specialty stores. To really experience these different flavours, you will need to look for raw or unpasteurised honey.
Once heated through pasteurisation, many of the flavour differences between the types of honey are lost and the product becomes simply sweet
And with over 300 unique honey flavours you could have a different one each day of the year!