Feb
21

SOURWOOD HONEY

Subtle scents hangs in summer air, carried over and down

 

SOURWOOD HONEY

Subtle scent hangs in summer air, carried over and down a ridge on a refreshingly cool June breeze. Sourwoods are blooming. Their tiny, cream-colored flower bells fill the air with a smell sweet as honey, and if you’re lucky enough to find sourwood honey, you’ll know just how sweet that is. Sourwood honey is golden, and precious as gold, and bees have freely shared this bounty for thousands of years. If you find someone who works with bees and collects this precious nectar, and if said person is willing to part with this gift for mere money, buy. Heck, you should probably even pay them double.~K

 

 

 

 

 

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