Check out the honeycomb logo on his label--he said he and his father came up with that on their own. Isn't that a good one? The "G"s formed by the cells of the comb and using a "z" instead of an "s" to make you think "buzz." (Yeah, I explain jokes, too, just in case you don't get the obvious.) Clever kid.
I found this sticky gold at the Ogden Farmer's and Art Market a couple of Saturday's ago. They sold out and weren't there the next Saturday, but rest assured they have my name and phone number to call me when they have a new harvest. The honey tastes as sweet and refreshing as it looks, with a message from the wild flowers still attached to the background. Really, really good honey. Very enterprising and cute kid.