Honey is a sweet, thick liquid made by honeybees.
Bees collect nectar (sugar) mainly from nectar type flowers. Once inside the beehive, they repeatedly consume, digest and regurgitate the nectar. The end product is honey, a liquid that serves as stored food for bees. The smell, color and taste depends on the types of flowers visited. Nutritionally Honey contains virtually no fiber, fat or protein. Where honey shines is in its content of bioactive plant compounds and antioxidants. Darker types tend to be even higher in these compounds than lighter types.
Where ever you use sugar you can use Honey .. and it has a fantastic taste!