From left, avocado honey in a crystal bud vase, tupelo honey in a wine glass, a Nemoir decanter holds sage honey, buckwheat honey in a swag condiment jar, and eucalyptus honey fills a champagne trumpet. Colors and flavors vary, with each honey being distinct in a subtle way.
From left, avocado honey in a crystal bud vase, tupelo honey in a wine glass, a Nemoir decanter holds sage honey, buckwheat honey in a swag condiment jar, and eucalyptus honey fills a champagne trumpet. Colors and flavors vary, with each honey being distinct in a subtle way. H. Lorren Au Jr. Orange County Register
From left, avocado honey in a crystal bud vase, tupelo honey in a wine glass, a Nemoir decanter holds sage honey, buckwheat honey in a swag condiment jar, and eucalyptus honey fills a champagne trumpet. Colors and flavors vary, with each honey being distinct in a subtle way. H. Lorren Au Jr. Orange County Register

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