The darker honey in the bottom of the jar is from Hive #1 and it has a pleasantly mild flavour. The lighter honey in the top of the jar is from Hive #2 and that honey is sweeter. Hive #2 happens to be the foundationless hive, though I don’t think that has anything to do with the extra sweetness of the honey. The honey will gradually clear as the bubbles rise to the top.
UPDATE (Sept. 13/11): Here’s a short video:
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UPDATE (Sept. 21/11): This is what the same jar of honey looks like today, 11 days later:
The lighting conditions are different (artificial light instead of sunlight). The colour of the honey hasn’t changed as drastically as it appears in the photo, but it sure has cleared up, eh?