I am a first year beekeeper. We had a drought last summer and my bees ate all their honey so I was told to start feeding them 2:1 sugar syrup in August to build up for their first winter. By October they had one full medium super of capped honey. Our mentor said they had plenty of food for the winter so I should put the super in our freezer for the winter and use it if they needed it. They have done fine so far with the stores they had. My question is, assuming they do not suddenly run out of food stores (they are bringing in pollen and nectar now on the warm days we are having), what is the best thing to do with the super of honey in our freezer. The honey is basically sugar syrup so I know I should not extract it. I am getting a nuc in March and another in May but they are both deeps and this super is a medium. I would appreciate any ideas on what would be the best use of this honey for my bees. Thank you!