Where to Get Courser Bee Honey in Tears of the Kingdom.
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Where to Find Courser Bee Honey in Tears of the Kingdom

There are many different ingredients to cook with in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and Courser Bee Honey is one of them. It is harder to get your hands on than some other materials. Here’s where to find it.

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Where do I get Courser Bee Honey in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom?

Unlike other resources with a set spawn location, Courser Bee Honey appears randomly on trees across Hyrule. This means that tracking it down can prove difficult, especially if you need more than one. There is a way to make the search easier, though.

Head to an area that’s densely populated with trees to increase your chance of finding Courser Bee Honey in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. I personally like Minshi Woods (map coordinates 1042, 1477, 0125), northwest of the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower, as I’ve managed to grab two or more every time I’ve visited.

Giant’s Forest (map coordinates -1150, -0199, 0063), Forest of Spirits (map coordinates -0956, -1630, 0082), and Finra Woods (map coordinates 0422, -2949, 0011) are also filled with trees. So it’s worth trying at those locations too, depending on how much Courser Bee Honey you need.

Link gathering Courser Bee Honey in Tears of the Kingdom.

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You’ll know when you’re near a hive because you’ll hear its bees buzzing. Just be careful when approaching, as the bees will attack you! Use Link’s bow and arrows to drop the nest quickly, then dispatch the pests with a sword slash or two.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available now on Nintendo Switch. If you need to find a Korok Frond, we’ve got you covered.


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Based in California, Brent is an Editor at Siliconera and has been a journalist since 2010. When he's not playing JRPGs or catching 'em all in Pokémon, you can find him spending time with his wife and two dogs.