igourmet.com - This internet gourmet superstore carries a large selection of world-class honeys in their "From the Garden" section.
Ames Farm - Each container of Ames Farm's honey is searchable in their online beeyard database, where you can find out the date and location (even the specific hive number)
where your jar of honey was harvested. Brian Fredericksen's hives are placed in 17 different locations across Minnesota. The single-source honey harvested from each of these locations
has its own unique flavor profile.
Hamptons Honey - Raw, unfiltered honey varietals from Long Island's largest apiary (beekeeping farm). The one to try: Black Locust Blossom honey.
Mad Rose Group - Wine importer Neal Rosenthal sells Mario Bianco's coveted single-varietal honeys, which are collected in Italy's Alpine foothills and sold by vintage. Lime Blossom, Eucalyptus and Rhododendron are a few of his interesting varieties. Rosenthal also sells his own Mad Rose organically grown buckwheat honey which is harvested at his New York ranch.
Branches Honey - Varietal honeys from Northern California. Selected for Oprah's "0" List in 2004:
"Fantastic honey is like a superb wine: sophisticated, complex, distinctive."
Formaggio Kitchen - This Boston food mecca is the exclusive distributor of several excellent European single-source honeys, including
Lo Brusc, artisanal honeys made in the tiny Provencal village of Viens.