One of my closest friends and brew buddies gets it. His father was a hobby bee keeper and had more honey than he knew what to do with, so he'd hide it around his property. Everytime my friend heads down to visit his mother in Ohio (dad's been dead for over 30 + years), he finds sealed jars of this stuff, all over the place. He can literally reach up in a rafter in the basement or attic, and pull out a jar of it. The stuff is so dark and so rich tasting. He adds it to some of his beers and it imparts a unique flavor.Where does one find 50 year old honey?
Better answer than mine.Very old bees.