- Tea (leaf form, thankyouverymuch) from this fabulous site. (By the way, if you love tea and want to order from here, leave me a note in the comments and I'll send you a $5 gift certificate!)
- My excellent teapot.
- My favorite Disney mug (it's a nice big mug with a big handle...looveee it)
After the tea finished brewing, I poured it, steaming, into the cup. Then I took out the honey.
Ah yes, the honey.
So this past weekend, at the farmer's market, I came across some local honey in the comb. I've heard marvelous things about honey in the comb, so I bought it. Yes, indeedy, it is some tasty honey.
But I have a problem.
And I need your help.
How, exactly, does one get the honey OUT of the comb?
You see, if I just chuck a chunk of the comb into my tea, I end up with waxy bits floating in my cuppa. This does exactly nothing to enhance the tea drinking experience.
I tried smashing some comb to extract the honey, but just ended up with a mashed, sticky, waxy mess.