any way you add the honey, as a sugar it needs to ferment thoroughly. Once fermented, honey no longer retains the same flavor of pre-fermented honey, so you might not need it. There are malts that taste like unfermented honey, but I have no experience with them. I like to add honey to darker beers, to help them dry out and to boost alcohol somewhat. This can be done cheaper by using corn or cane sugar, especially if your final gravities are consistently high. The honey does add a flavor, but it is different than unfermented honey. I'd wait til next time and add your honey after your boil and the wort has cooled to pasturizing temps.