Warm the honey in the microwave for about 30 seconds. (I do this in a one cup glass measure.) Add the anise seeds and allow to cool and infuse. If you don’t want the seeds in your pops, heat the honey again and strain the seeds.
In a medium bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients until thoroughly blended.
Put into frozen pop molds. Freeze until hard.
NB Orange juice concentrate is amazing stuff. Did you know that it's largely composed of peels, of a variety of orange or combinations of oranges selected to give the fullest taste? John McPhee wrote a fascinating series of long reads for the New Yorker about this years ago. I am fairly certain that they were brought together into a book. In any event, I love using the stuff when I need a good boost of natural orange flavor. ;o)
When I'm not working (negotiating transactions for internet companies), or outside enjoying the gorgeous surroundings here in the San Francisco Bay Area, I'm likely to be cooking, shopping for food, planning my next culinary experiment, or researching, voraciously, whatever interests me. In my kitchen, no matter what I am doing -- and I actually don't mind cleaning up -- I am deeply grateful for having the means to create, share with others and eat great food. Life is very good. ;o)