Honey bees collect their nectar from flowers. Only honey bees have the ability to change nectar into honey. Nectar has high moisture content. The honey bees use their wings to fan the nectar to evaporate the excess moisture. Upon completion of the dehydration process and adding enzymes to the nectar, honey becomes the by-product of the flower nectar. Honey has a complex chemical composition that varies depending on the botanical source. Its colour and flavour varies based on the nectar the bees collect.