Honey is often used as a sweetener, but its use in medical preparations date from ancient cultures. The majority of honey consists of carbohydrates, such as glucose and fructose. A minor portion is made up of various secondary metabolites, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, organic acids, fatty acids, polyphenols, and flavonoids. Based on these reasons, the study of honey content needs to be developed to explore more about the potential of it as a functional food product, such as candy. This research aims to find the best formula of hard candy contains pure honey that has hard texture, translucent and shiny appearance. The best formula was decided through the organoleptic hedonic test using ANOVA test with SPSS. The proximate, mineral composition, energy content and nutrient content analysis of the sample were determined by the Indonesian National Standard (abbreviated SNI). The main ingredients for hard candy manufacturing are sucrose, glucose syrup, and water. The research begins by finding the optimal composition of honey as a sweetener in hard candy by 29%. This research used four hard candy formulas that are A (honey from China), B (klanceng honey), C (randu honey), and D (forest honey). The results of the energy content of A, B, C, and D hard candy formulas ranged from 397.28 - 398.68 kcal/100g. Other nutrients from known honey candies are protein (0.18 - 0.36%), carbohydrates (99 - 99.31%) and food fiber (6.49 - 8.58%). Based on the research, the honey candy produced has water content (0.09 - 0.62%) and ash content (0.04 - 0.54%), it meets the requirements of SNI 3545-2013. The results of the overall hedonic assessment of honey candy statistically there is a significant difference. The best formula is D that panelists most prefer organoleptic characteristic (color, scent, flavor, and texture) then result the tests of characteristics are by quality requirements.