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Work in the honey house is very methodical: shallow frames pass one by one through an uncapping machine. Into the vat fall the caps and a tiny amount of honey to be recovered later, each frame is inspected manually to ensure it has been completely uncapped,  frames are placed in a rotary extractor, where honey is extracted. Honey is then filtered to remove wax particles. Afterwards, it is aged for several days at a constant temperature to let the air and last wax residue rise to the surface, then is poured into pots or jars.