Monofloral honeyis a type of honey which has a distinctive flavor due to its being predominantly from the nectar of just one plant species.
How do they do it? Beekeepers must restrict their bee colony to an area where the plant of choice is the only nectar option available to the honey bee. This can be done in a number of ways including;
Transporting bees to the middle of very large quantities of the desired crop (Orange Blossom Honey)
Timing the harvest so there are limited nearby nectar or pollen choices for the bees
Removing other nearby sources such as, mowing a field to remove any wildflowers.
Enjoy discovering all the different nuances of the monofloral honeys. Much like wine you'll experience all the textures, aromas, and regional tastes in the wonderful varieties available to you. Pair them with different foods and try them with different recipes. Have FUN with them! If you love honey there are hundreds of unique and wonderful flavors just waiting to be discovered and appreciated.