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Offline Ben Framed

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Beekeepers: Does a certain strain of bee produce a better or different tasting honey than another strain of bee? Example: If your bees were in the middle of a field of clover which stretched for miles and miles in each direction, would one breed of bee produce a better or different tasting honey than that of another breed?
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Apis mellifera is the source of virtually all honey on the planet.  The subspecies doesn't matter.
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