Frequently asked Questions
Yes, honeycomb is entirely edible and just one simple ingredient! You’ll notice the wax acts as a natural chewing gum, which is also entirely edible and we encourage its consumption for its elevated health properties (not too much though). For those of you that dislike the wax in your beverage, added with your favorite foods it’s barely noticeable.
You can eat honeycomb multiple different ways! Some of our favorites are on toast, in yogurt, in our tea, and even raw! Any wax residue left in your warm beverages (or in your mouth) can be consumed or rinsed out with warm water.
There’s too many to count so we’ve compiled a list for you!
There are extensive research studies related to honeycombs’ various benefits including the brain’s ability to process thought and make decisions. Here is a partial list of research we find fascinating:
Pass the Honey Product Questions
We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee*! Order with confidence and if for any reason you are not satisfied just return the unused honeycombs in their original box within 30 days of purchase and we will refund your purchase. No questions asked. *If honeycomb is not your thing or not to your liking we will gladly refund your order. Satisfaction guarantee payment (“Refund”) is defined as the actual cost of the items after promotions, sales and/or coupons and before tax, excluding shipping and handling, maximum payment up to $100. One rebate per person, family or address. Right is reserved to confirm identity. Requests from groups, clubs or organizations will not be honored or acknowledged. Proof of purchase is required. Valid for first-time customers only. We offer our first-time customers a satisfaction guarantee on their first order placed with us. Any follow up purchase of products after your first purchase is not covered by the guarantee. Your second purchase is a clear and final indication that you accept the product(s) as-is. If within 30 days of receiving your product you are not satisfied for any reason, you must return all unused honeycomb cups, and original box, for a full refund of your original purchase price less shipping and handling charges. For additional satisfaction guarantee inquiries, please e-mail email@example.com
We source the cleanest comb in the world to ensure the highest integrity and fullest benefits from our honeycomb. Unfortunately, nearly 80% of honey is fraudulent -- exposed to pesticides and/or blended with other syrups. By sourcing honeycomb globally and from multi-generational beekeepers, we can maintain our quality with confidence. This effort does not translate to commodity prices.
Our single-serve honeycombs average 25g. Note, as with any natural product, there are variances in size, shape and color.
Pass the Honey Sourcing Questions
No. Due to the unique properties of the beeswax, it’s incredibly difficult to responsibly source clean honeycomb in the U.S. (at the scale we need). However, we are working with Terra Genesis International to develop both a domestic and global supply chain that is regenerative and benefits multiple stakeholders -- the bees being first and foremost.
Our hives are located in Turkey. Far from any industrial areas, this flourishing land is chemical and fertilizer free, making it a bee’s paradise.
We use several types of hive structures, including: Langstroth, Waare, Top-bar, and Flow Hive.
Turkish beekeepers typically use Caucasian Bees, which are known to be the strongest bee species!
During honey harvest season, samples of honey are taken from each beekeeper and brought to an accredited laboratory and analyzed in order to ensure that:
Yes, each beekeeper is paid fairly and offered various trainings conducted by the Turkish Association of Beekeepers.
Responsibly. Pass the Honey is creating a supply system that will generate long-lasting improvements to the vitality of honey bees, beekeepers, farmers, and consumers, by reducing everyday stressors placed on the system.
The Pass the Honey supply system is a dedicated honeycomb inspection system which allows beekeepers to focus on maintaining healthy hives and ensures quality control. Having a single location creates security through repetition and provides job insurance to beekeepers.