My daughter's father in law in the UK raises bees. He gets a chuckle out of our honey labeling over here that stipulates "wild flower" or " orange blossom" honey. We reason perhaps American bees are more domesticated thereby not wandering far from home. Or perhaps they simply don't have proper bus fare.
I will say this, his honey is amazing and totally blows any of our, domestic and local honey out of the water. It is extremely fragrant and you can really sense the "flower" aspect of the honey. It makes any honey I've had here seem dull and lifeless. I think because most of the bedding plants used in our gardens are coming from the big box stores that typically use pesticides that are horribly toxic to bees, the bees must forage from tobacco blossoms. (Not pleasantly fragrant things.) it's a shame.