I came home with some delicious local Hawaiian honey (wai meli) that I purchased from a beekeeper at a farmer's market in Waikiki. The beekeeper brought part of a beehive and bees with him. Cool! I also got to taste the different flavors of honey that were offered. Yummy! The bees produce different flavors according to the nectar of the different flowers they frequent. Isn't that fascinating! You can read about it on the Nalo Meli website, which in Hawaiian means: Honey bee.
The flavor that I chose was: 'Ohi'a Lehua. It's a flower from the 'ohi'a tree (Metrosideros polymorpha). So buttery and smooth, I'm spreading it over gluten-free toast with raw organic pumpkin seeds for breakfast.