Made from the many flowering nectar sources available during the Summer months. Generally darker than Spring honey and remains in a fluid state longer. Most people have an image of runny honey when they think of honey.
All types of Honey, due to their high sugar content and low water content, do not require any special care for storage. Honey should be kept at room temperature and is quite happy being kept in a slightly cooler / dark and dry place such as a cupboard, it does not need to be kept in the fridge, even after opening. The only things that need to be avoided are dampness and high temperatures. Honey has a relatively low water content and will therefore absorb water from the surrounding air if the lid is left off too long.