We also got two honey cluster candies -- Honey Pecan Cluster and Honey Peanut Cluster. Both of these had milk chocolate which again fades into the background because the honey is the primary flavor. But given this is Hunters Honey Farm, I would expect nothing else. I enjoyed both candies while my hubby enjoyed the peanut one which is safe for him to eat.
We really wanted to take a tour of the bee farm but it turns out that you have to call ahead to schedule such a tour. But they did have a hive in the store arranged so you can look in at an active colony. The farm put a big dot on the queen, who is only a bit bigger, not five times as large as I thought she might be given my pop culture knowledge of bees, so I had fun watching her and the other bees for several minutes.
The shop has a lot of products including books and decorations, as well as a wider range of honey food items from BBQ sauce to ice cream to the candy and several varieties of honey spread.
If any of this sounds delicious or interesting to you, look up Hunters Honey Farm and make sure you contact them ahead of time to arrange a tour. When you go, tell them that you learned about them from The Chocolate Cult!