Yeah, but they are 'Reely Speshul'. Come in fancy rappers (well, OK could be like chinese take-away trays wiv cling film on the top - but are pwoperly seeled in. And they are delivered FREE in the UK.
I find the description really quaint in funny sort of way. Edible wax, will last years but has use-by date (which may severely bemuse the purchaser!), 'hexagonal pockets', 'exactly uniform' (seems a bit woolly - a bit of a oxymoron?). But then, at that price, they must be selling to who?
Don't think it's a mistake, I risked clicking the "Buy" button and was taken to the paypal payment page, where the price is still £70/lb!!!! To be fair UK delivery is free, presumably next hour via especially chartered helicopters!
My honey is just local- nothing fancy- and I get £4 for 1lb jars and £5 for 1/2lb comb honey - and yes, it is selling - they just walk up to my front door!
Comb honey - I just used non wired foundation- waited till it was totally sealed. Sliced it into 4 portions with a knife and dropped into plastic lidded containers without ever touching by hand- they look pristine
PH is the cut comb guru, I have no real experience but what I did was put in a single frame on chosen hives when the flow was good.......too late now. I removed an already drawn frame from a chosen slot to put in the unwired....my choice criterea was, already drawn and partly sealed each side and not protruding overly into what would be cut comb space, fairly central and to achieve that I occasionally moved some frames to achieve the best space. Also my friend said he found putting the cut comb in the second super up reduced the incidence of pollen. I think PH only produces cut comb so maybe he gets odd dodgy frames, but I expect he will come along and answer as well.