I tasted a great orange blossom honey ale at Alpine Brewery last week and it inspired me to finally try brewing with honey. I purchased my orange blossom honey and all other ingredients for what I believe will be a great recipe. The issue is, I have read varying opinions about when to add the honey. I have read to add it to the mash, add it to the start of the boil, add it to the end of the boil, some have said to add it to primary, while even others have said secondary. I think I have seen every possible time to add the honey and I even saw one that added it prior to bottling. I am leaning toward my orange blossom honey addition to secondary. I want to make sure the aroma of the honey is present, the yeast has a chance to convert the maltose from my grains in primary without feasting only on honey glucose, and the yeast has a chance to interact with the honey, even though it will be minimal in secondary. Does anyone have any strong opinion or reason on when to add honey, and in particular orange blossom honey to a recipe?