5 responses

  1. Chris Inch
    July 3, 2012

    Your pictures are a tease. I’m still starting out and haven’t seen new comb as beautiful as that. I plan on going foundationless in my supers as well and then doing a bit of cut-comb for my friends and family later this season (fingers-crossed).

  2. Gretchen
    July 3, 2012

    I put a few empty frames in between drawn frames as well this year. Hoping for a few lovely frames of comb honey, too. Yours looks soooo yummy!

  3. Emily Heath
    July 3, 2012

    I’d like to do this myself – probably next year now, the weather this year has been so rubbish we haven’t got a super on yet, and probably won’t do before the season’s over. The honey comb looks spectacular.

  4. Tonia Moxley
    July 5, 2012

    Love that new comb. And I love how they build on foundationless frames.

  5. Phillip
    May 5, 2013

    Damn. My comb honey has mould on it. Or at least I think it does. I had about 8 packages of comb honey from last year that I was saving for friends and people who help me with my bees. But I just noticed what appears to be white mould on the comb. It’s not fuzzy and fungi-like, so perhaps it’s only crystallizing honey, but I can’t take tell and I can’t risk giving bad honey to anyone. Shoot. Damn.

    For now on I’ll have to make sure to keep all my stored comb honey in the freezer.

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