Much of the honey that you buy in the store is made from the nectar that bees gather from clover or orange blossoms, but did you know that bees make radically different flavors of honey depending on what sort of flowers they have nearby their hive?
Join us as we conduct a honey tasting, trying less-common honeys such as Goldenrod and Buckwheat. You’ll discover just how diverse honey can be, and in the process we’ll learn about the different plants that are the source of these unique flavors.
This is an adult-level workshop that can also be enjoyed by children.
On September 28, this program will take place at 11:30 am and again at 2 pm.
On September 29, this program will take place at 10:30 pm and again at 3 pm.