Comb Honey, also known as plaid honey, utilizes the biological characteristics of bees. In the standardized comb honey, the honey pieces and honey nests that are brewed together with the honey have the effect of separating honey and the characteristics of comb honey. Known as the most perfect and the most high-grade natural honey products.
Making a comb honey requires the bee to do a lot of work. The wax comes from the gland of the bee’s stomach or abdomen. Bees must make and eat about two tablespoons of honey to make an ounce of wax. They can then add these waxes to the comb while the comb is being built.
Comb honey is more expensive because the process of its production is different and more intensive resources than for “normal” honey production. It could also be argued that cut comb honey is a pain to package and prepare, compared to simply spinning the honey out of several frames at once and jarring it.
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