Update June 30, 2015
Great news - it looks like we'll have Locust Honey this year.
A beekeeper who produces some of our honey was able to produce Locust Honey this year, our crop was extremely small due to the frost in our area. This Locust Honey is produced in PA. this years Locust Honey has hint of cherry and apple blossom in it.
We do not sell Locust Honey in larger containers since we are always worried about running out prior to the next year's crop.
Locust honey is a tough honey to produce. Color ranges from a clear honey to a yellow honey. Not many U.S. beekeepers produce it - bees have to be extremely strong coming out of Winter. Then you never know what the weather will bring. Black locust trees are one of the first to blossom so any type of severe rain storm and off come the blossoms. Blossoms typically last 7-10 days so not long!