So I Extracted some honey using the crush and strain method. This honey was from deadouts that I left sitting outside over winter. While I was scrapping some of the frames down to the foundation I notices some crystalized honey in the cells, I tried to stay away from these areas. For the most part the honey was pretty clear while filtering. After I bottled and it sat for a couple days the Honey became very firm and now has the consistency of "cold bacon grease". It is not grainy like all the other honey I have seen crystallize, it is ultra smooth and silky kinda like a thick caramel. In the jar it looks like beeswax (not translucent in the slightest) . Have I unintentionally made what is called "creamed honey" by allowing a little bit of the crystalized honey mix with the liquid honey? I don't really know what creamed honey is or how to make it, but I have never seen honey like this before. Don't get me wrong its tasty and spreads like butter, im just wondering what has happened. Ill thank you guys in advance for any thoughts, Thanks!