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Comb honey produced in a hive which is kept in the dark for six months with no intervention with bees and the hive is called Wild Honeycomb honey. Wild honeycomb honey is picked by specially bred Caucasian Bees at Eastern Anatolia highlands with high altitude from around 1200 species of flowers rich in nectar. Caucasian bees take up all honey and nectar from flowers since their trunks are long. Being one hundred percent natural renders this honey extremely special. Its honeycomb can be eaten up. It is a rarely found and priceless type of honey since it takes a long time for bees to produce it following a very laborious job.