Saturday, September 16, 2017
This stuff is so good, there's probably a law against it somewhere
Last year I mentioned Killer Bees Honey, a small business started by Sean C., a long-term online acquaintance.
Sourwood Amber honey on sourdough bread, trying to keep from dripping honey on the keyboard as I type these words. Ohhhh, man, this is good - and seriously addictive!
Reading Sean's blog, and looking at the pictures on Killer Bees Honey's Web site, I note that he seems to have a lot more hives now. He's also teamed up with another apiary nearby, so he'll soon have a lot more honey to send to deserving causes like Miss D. and I. We'd better start budgeting accordingly!
If you like really, really good natural honey, unfiltered, unprocessed and unpasteurized, I can't recommend Sean too highly. I'm a repeat customer, and expect to remain one. You can read more about it at my previous post. (No, Sean didn't ask me to advertise his wares, and he's not paying me to do so, and I don't get any freebies from him in return for mentioning them on this blog. I do so because it's the best honey I've tasted in many years, and I think it deserves a wider audience. Besides, I like to share good news with my readers and friends.)
Now, if you'll excuse me, there's another piece of sourdough bread crying out to be slathered with honey. See ya!