I make all my meads with whatever honey I have on hand (unless it's a small amount of buckwheat or something unusual or strongly flavored). I get my honey in 60 lb buckets for <$2/lb from a local beekeeper, usually blackberry, clover, or wildflower. Since I can't really afford to keep multiple buckets, I use whatever I bought last. And all my meads have turned out great :-)
Pendergrast Family Wines: Bottling in memory of Thomas and Glennadene Miller
Primary: Spiced Apfelwein, Banana, Habanero Mead, Mango Wine, White grape-Raspberry
Secondary: Apfelwein, Choco-cherry Mead, Plum Mead, Blueberry-Vanilla Mead, Mixed berry wine+mead, Cherry Wine
Bottled: Too many to list!