Buckwheat honey in a 4 oz. hexagon jar. A 4 oz. jar holds 6 oz. of honey - (honey is 1.5 more dense than water and jars are measured on the density of water), so you will get 6 oz. of honey.
Buckwheat honey is pungent in flavor with molasses and malty tones and a lingering aftertaste. Buckwheat honey is also very dark in color. As a general rule, darker honeys tend to be higher in antioxidant compounds than lighter ones. Because of this characteristic, darker honeys also tend to be higher in mineral content on average, as compared to lighter honeys.
The buckwheat plant is an excellent honey source, sometimes planted by beekeepers specifically for honey production. The blossoms are rich in nectar and blooming can continue into the fall.