Second, make bee wax candles:


Last Christmas a friend who keeps bees in Sicily as a hobby gave us a big piece of a honeycomb:


It was very interesting to observe it. Some cells were full of honey, others had pure propolis in them and others served as storage space for tiny bits of pollen, strictly separated by the kind of flower they were taken from (amazing, isn't it?). After we ate the honey we melted the honeycomb and we poured the wax into little candle molds (not the prettiest, I know...). The colour and the smell of them are gorgeous.