I am a beekeeper with 15 hives. When local beekeepers hear someone talk about 'organic' honey it's hard to keep from laughing. Bees travel up to 5 miles to collect nectar so that means every plant that blooms that the bee visits has to be organic. Bee don't understand what organic means....this is a human term. Really it just a clever marketing tool to separate you from more of your money. Anyway my favorite honey is wildflower honey, collected in the late spring as it has a different taste than honey collected in late summer/early fall. It seems every part of the country has what they think it the best or special honey. Here in Texas it's Tallow tree, in north Florida/south Georgia & Alabama it's Tupelo, around southern Appalachian Mountains it's sourwood and out in the Pacific northwest its Fireweed honey. Buckwheat honey is very dark and has a very strong taste, some people think it should only be used for baking. Clover honey has a light middle of the road taste to me but is still better than anything you can buy in a grocery or Walmart as they have been ultra filtered so that they have better eye appeal....but at the cost of less flavor. Just my 2 cents worth.