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Honeycomb Q&A

Everyone who tries Drizzle honeycomb falls in love... and how can you not when it looks like this?

Photo by Sara Monika, for Nurture Retreats
Have some questions before you get some honeycomb of your own? Here are a few frequently asked questions.

What is honeycomb and where does it come from?

Honeycomb is the hexagonal structure bees build with beeswax to store honey. Our honeycomb goes straight from our hives to your table - without any additives or alterations. Each hexagon is filled with delicious Drizzle honey and our honeycomb comes from completely organic fields.

How long does honeycomb last?

Honeycomb will last for years, although it can start to crystallize over time. Some Drizzle Lovers enjoy the gooeyness that occurs when honeycomb crystallizes, but if that's not for you, throw it in the freezer to prevent crystallization.

Does Drizzle sell honeycomb year-round?

 Yes, we do! We know you need to indulge in the purest form of our honey year round, so you can get it throughout the year.

What is the best way to eat honeycomb?

Honeycomb can be eaten straight out of our round containers or can be cut out in chunks with a knife. We love eating honeycomb directly with a spoon, as a topping for desserts or plain yogurt, on a charcuterie board with meat and cheese or whipped into cream for honeycomb-chunk whipped cream!

 How come no two honeycomb is the same?

At Drizzle we celebrate natural differences in honey products! Our honeycomb is taken directly from frames within the hive, so it is the rarest and healthiest form of Drizzle. Because of this, it is untouched and has beautiful, natural variations in the shape, honeycomb fill and colour. These changes are due to our honey bees bringing in nectar from different floral sources (changes honey and wax colour) and different levels of nectar (changes the shape and honeycomb fill). 

Click here to order honeycomb to indulge in or find it at select retailers!



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