Honey shops, like tea shops, are full of a bewildering assortment of fragrant things. It can be tough to pick out something even if you can read Chinese, but this little store has a couple of ways around the language barrier. First, they sell pre-jarred honey that is labelled in English though a bit more expensive than the bulk honey. Also, there are about ten huge lidded pots of bulk honey in the middle of ths store so you can lift the lids and use your nose to choose. Or ask for a taste if you want.
I was so captivated by the scent from one pot, I ended up buying one of the more expensive kinds. The shop owner said it was 'yang hua' honey, labelled acacia honey in English. (Acacia? Really?) The honey in this shop ranges from six to about twenty yuan per half kilo, depending on what flower it is from, and I wasn't charged anything for the bottle. Besides honey (蜜糖), the store also sells pollen （花粉） and fresh royal jelly (王浆)
1 kg jar of 'acacia' honey:
Address: 永丰路8号6附. Yong Feng Road, on the west side of the street just south of the first ring overpass. There's actually a well hidden English sign.