Consuming comb honey is the healthiest and best way of consuming honey because of the remnants of propolis and pollen and the royal jelly found in the honeycomb. Comb honey is tastier than liquid honey because it has a slightly acidic flavour from the preserved organic acids in the honeycomb.
Essential oils of plants from which bees collect nectar are preserved as well so its aroma is richer and more intense. It reminds us of childhood and chewing sweet honeycomb instead of candy.
Comb honey is the healthiest and best way of consuming honey and a guarantee that the honey is in its natural form, as bees have produced it – without any further human treatment or processing.
Comb honey is obtained during May and June – mostly in acacia and chestnut pasture. Honeycomb can be preserved at room temperature as well as frozen.