If we make sure all of them happen, we will have noticeably superior honey.
Apart from the enormous amount of fuel and resources spent in this practice, even if you buy honey from a local honey producer, the actual honey itself was almost certainly produced in an area far away from where the honey producer is based.
For this reason, in my opinion, we should always seek honey made by bees allowed to build natural comb.
Lots of the honey we buy in the shops is a particular variety — honey made from a particular plant and with a particular taste such as Leatherwood, Manuka, Yellowbox or Lavendar.
In nature bees collect a very wide variety of nectars, pollens and other forage.
The results are subtle — too subtle for most to detect individually — but all of them together add up.