Honeybees on comb filled with nectar. The nectar gathered from flowers is watery so once bees fill up the combs they then fan their wings to evaporate the excess water. The honey gets thick and the bees know when it's cured so that they can cap it.
Honey Yellow use and production has a long and varied history. In many cultures, honey has associations that go beyond its use as a food. Honey is frequently used as a talisman and symbol of sweetness.