The Honeycomb is a grouping of hexagonal wax cells built by bees to store honey and pollen. The beekeeper removes the honeycomb to collect the honey: its extraction occurs by opening the cells, that is removing with a special tool the operculum of wax that closes them, and spinning the honeycomb in the honey extractor.
In order to give the consumer the opportunity to taste honey as it appears before being extracted, we thought of Honeycomb in two versions. In this one a section of the honeycomb (also of acacia honey) is placed in a box. With Honeycomb you can experience the taste of freshly harvested honey. The wax, absolutely edible and pleasant to chew, does not alter the taste of honey and favors the functionality of the intestine.