Comments: The Bees' Knees


Since I have been the beneficiary of the extremely beneficent Kurt L. and his lovely sister Meg, I can attest to the fact that the chestnut from M. Allart is incredible. I have searched the west coast as far south as CA and east as MT, but have not found anything close in flavor, and never chestnut honey, even from the areas in WA and OR where chestnuts are grown.

Nancy's from the Eugene area seems to have the largest variety of flavors, and I tend to stock up on a couple whenever in Portland, and a woman in Bellingham has very nice wild flower/blackberry which is spun. Other than those suppliers, I have to enjoy to the fullest the blackberry and fireweed produced locally, when not the recipient of a treasure trove from M. Allart.

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