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jyhy | Jun 28, 2006 09:10 PM

I've recently been interested in honey, particularly in the incredible profusion of varieties and flavors there exist in different honeys from around the world. I still remember the odd and enticing flavor of the honey a friend brought back from Kenya many years ago. I have fond thoughts of the maquis-flavored honey I ate in Corsica. I recently picked up a chestnut honey from France that was dark and nutty and rich.... and so on and so forth.

So I’m wondering if anyone has any suggestions on where I might pick up whatever varieties of interesting honey they’ve come across, whether bottled in an old soda bottle from a far-flung country, or sold in some high-end food boutique...

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