Agave is the food sweetener. It is a substitute for sugar. It is sweeter than sugar and more neutral flavor than honey.
Honey is the sweetener made by the honeybees from nectar. The taste and flavor of the honey differs from the source of nectar used.
|Definition (www.oxforddictionaries.com)||A succulent plant with rosettes of narrow spiny leaves and tall flower spikes, native to the southern US and tropical America.||A sweet, sticky yellowish-brown fluid made by bees and other insects from nectar collected from flowers.|
|Synonyms||Bear grass, belladonna, dracaena, escarole, grass||Sweeten, yellow, pet, flame, treasure|
|Word origin||The word agave was originated from Latin, from Greek Agauē, the name of one of the daughters of Cadmus in Greek mythology, from agauos ‘illustrious’.||The word honey was originated from Old English hunig, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch honig and German Honig.|
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|Source||Nectar from the blue agave plant||Bees|
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