In Italy there is a long tradition of honey sensory analysis. The first honey sensory analysis course was held in 1979. In 1988 an Italian National Register of Experts in the Sensory Analysis of Honey was founded and it was
You can read more info regarding the honey sensory analysis and the course at: The different tastes of honey Honey Sensory Analysis in the U.S. https://www.wildabouthoney.co.uk/blogs/news/honey-sensory-analysis-bologna-2018 https://www.ft.com/content/a863d8e4-b911-11e7-9bfb-4a9c83ffa852 https://www.paulacarnell.com/bees/honey-sensory-analysis-course-part-1/ https://www.paulacarnell.com/bees/honey-sensory-analysis-course-part-2/ https://www.sbs.com.au/food/article/2018/03/01/italy-giving-world-honey-sommeliers Mieladictos blog talks about our honey sensory class (spanish language)
BIOLMIEL is an international honey contest promoted by ICEA in collaboration with CREA Only Organic Honeys can participate Now online the 2018 winners’ list, with two separate files for Single Origin and Polyfloral honeys
Berlin, October 18, 2018: 21 founders officially constituted IHBBN. This new association will be based in Belgium and aims to become a tool for worldwide honey bee queen producers & breeders, a place where to meet, exchange ideas and experiences.