Onion Honey

Onion blossoms are a favorite of bees. So many blossoms in one huge globe. A bee can gather a flight’s worth of pollen and nectar from just one stop. As sweet smelling as onion blossoms are, I imagine that honey made from the nectar of onion blossoms would be amazing. I’ve read that onion flowers are edible and have a sweet, strong onion taste. I’ll have to try one some day.

I searched for any place that might carry onion honey. I did find a folk band, Onion Honey, but no honey made from onion blossoms.

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