Regina and District Bee Club

Comb Honey
Honey that is removed from the hive but is still in the wax honeycomb exactly as the bees have prepared it.

Liquid Honey
This honey is prepared by cutting off the wax cappings from the honeycomb and then using centrifugal force to spin the honey out of the honeycomb cell.

Granulated Honey
A natural process which honey goes through over time to become a solid form.

Honey can also be forced to granulate quicker by blending 1 part finely granulated honey (seed) with 9 parts liquid honey, and then stored in a cool location until it becomes solid.

Last Updated on Sunday, 14 November 2010 10:33