My family has sworn by Honeysuckle since I was a child and I am now 62. I had never personally been responsible for roasting the bird, but only on rare occasions was anything I ng other than Honeysuckle used as the injected oils of a Butterball do not agree with some of us. In 2019, I could not make it to family dinner so planned to take a full p repaired meal to my parents on Sunday. Hideous stench emanated from the bird thruout cooking time and the flavor was identical. Tossed into trash. Thought maybe I'd done something wrong, but I have the expertise to know I did'nt. 2020 was Covid, so I prepared dinner for my parents at their home - buying a Honeysuckle White -having forgotten the disaster from the prior year. As the turkey cooked, that same stench arose and yet another bird tossed in the trash when done. Flavor was disgusting. My 82 year old mom figured it out. These animals are being fed something that destroys their flavor. UNTIL THE HONEYSUCKLE WHITE COMPANY DOES A MASSIVE ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN ASSURING EVERYONE THAT THE PUTRID FLAVOR HAS BEEN DONE AWAY WITH AND THEY ARE BACK TO THEIR FORMER HIGH QUALITY, I WILL NEVER PURCHASE ANOTHER AND WOULD URGE EVERYONE ELSE TO AVOID THEM COMPLETELY. However, if you know that you and your family qualify as "low tasters" and actually have almost no ability to taste anything, you would probably safe choosing a Honeysuckle. The birds do still bake up golden brown and they look just fine. Just make certain not to feed it to anyone that actually has taste buds!