How the ripe honey is produced?
Older worker bees fly out from the hive in search and drink the nectar and store it in honey stomach.
Then they head back to the hive and blowing the nectar for younger worker bees.
Younger worker bees repeatedly drink and then blowing out of nectar to mix with their enzyme to convert nectar into premature honey. The worker bees beat their wings furiously, fanning the premature honey to evaporate water and thicker the honey.
The conversion and evaporation must be repeated about 200 times. When the honey is improved, the worker bees cap the cells of the hive with beewax for later consumption. It is the time when honey is ripe.