When a honey bee takes nectar from a flower, she stores it in a "honey sack." When this honey sack is full, she returns to the hive, deposits the drop of nectar into the honeycomb, and evaporates the water out of the nectar by fanning her wings. Nephi
Ephraim Miller, founder of Miller's Honey Company, was born in
November, 1873, in a little log cabin in Cache Valley, Utah. Nephi had an interest in bees and their miraculous production of Miller's Honey ever
since he was a child and had ventured into the woods with some friends.
There they found a hollowed-out log swarming with bees. Once the honey has aged, wax is used to seal it in the comb, which keeps it clean and safe. Miller's Honey are as many flavors of honey as there are varieties of flowering plants. Location and climate conditions also contribute to producing very different products.
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