Location: North Georgia / Appalachian mountains , Zone 7A
posted 5 years ago
You are referring to "Mad Honey" which, per the article in the link, only comes from bees that visit certain types of rhododendrons.
Specifically in Turkey, this honey is made ON PURPOSE because of it's druggy effects.
According to the article, the "mad honey" happens where rhododendrons "grow in monocrop-like swaths". I would imagine that there must be other flowers bees like that could create problematic honey, but unless they become the predominant food of a particular hive, it's unlikely to be discovered.