What is Wild Honeycomb?
- Eating honey directly from the beeswax comb dates back to prehistoric times. This honeycomb is imported from New Zealand and its raw honey is sweet and rich with a light, golden-brown color.
How to Eat
- The honeycomb itself is edible. While it melts beautifully when heated, it could be too chewy when eating raw. To eat raw, cut off chunks of the comb and chew, discarding the wax as you do so. Otherwise, cut away portions and drain the honey from the comb to use on toast, tea, or in recipes.
- Honey has been used to treat ailments since the ancient time to soothe coughs, relief allergy symptoms, and treat cuts and burns.
How to Store
- Store at room temperature up to 6 months.
When are they in season?
Where are they grown?
- Product of New Zealand