I just bottled the next round, and BOY did it take a long time I don't know whether I put too much honey in or it was the weather, but the jugs sat around for MONTHS doing nothing. I finally had to open them, pour a good portion out (to make room, I had all the containers occupied so I couldn't just expand more) dilute and re yeast with a MASSIVE overdoes (half a packet a bottle which is somewhere between 3 and 6 times the recommended dose). In the case of two of them I wound up dumping the whole thing (they were getting an off taste) and starting from scratch.
But we are back on track. The unnamed one (Mexican coastal honey) is bottled, the one in the jug (Greek fir and thyme?) is freezing down (too weak) and Bushmans Holiday II (Australian Coastal honey)will be going in for its freezing as soon as the other one is out.
The now empty jugs are filled with more Algo Doce (Brazilian Rainforest) and the Bushman's jug will be getting local pine (I screwed up and though the pine made the sherry one, not the bamboo). And there is still the Mesquite and Rata ones bubbling away.
Those may be the last ones for a few months as I haven't really gotten in any other interesting honeys. I guess it's the wrong season (odd to think about honey having a season, but given it comes from flowers, I guess it does.)