In late Summer knotweed covers the shores of the Delaware River with it's delicate white flower and bushy green leaves. At the same time, the farm fields are full of goldenrod, transforming acres of fields from green to yellow. Together these three fall plants create an intoxicating blend that's truly delicious and found only in the Upper Delaware River region. The knotweed and goldenrod give this honey it's distinct dark amber, almost black color with it's rich notes of caramel, cherries, chocolate and brown sugar. It's superb alone, on fruit, cheeses and perfect for baking, homemade sauces, glazeing or beer making.