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Apr 15, 2012 07:53 PM

Honey lovers: where's your favorite honey?

So where do the chowhound bees in Toronto or outside it get their honey from?

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    1. I really like the one that comes in a round tin from Tasmania and it has a bird on it. I got it at the Honey place in St. Lawrence Market. It has a very fragrant taste. The guy there gives you a bunch of different ones to sample so you can see what you like.

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      1. re: Shimso

        Greek honey from any of the stores along the Danforth - very nice.

        1. re: Shimso

          That's Tasmanian Leatherwood Honey....nectar of the gods. Aussie, aussie aussie!

        2. Water-white clover honey from Peace River or other western sources. Sometimes PC has it.

          I also like to have buckwheat honey on hand.

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          1. re: jayt90

            I love buckwheat honey on good sourdough toast. Yum! I once had a bottle of chestnut honey that was also absolutely delicious.

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            1. SLM, huh? Never tried the honey there.

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              1. re: sepandee

                There's the honey guy in the south building that Shimso pointed out and in the north building you can get some fresh Ontario when the season is right.