I don't think I understand Jam Lady.
What were you hoping to get that you haven't gotten?
In general I think that packaged, pre-mixed drinks are sort of a new phenomenon in the U.S. though more common in the UK and NZ and Aus.
I know of a gluten intolerant person that loves being able to buy a pre-mixed vodka drink that is about the same size as a beer, so that she doesn't feel like she stands out as she previously had when she would break open a handle of liquor at a casual backyard barbecue type affair, despite not attempting to consume more alcohol than those around her.
Not at all Jam Lady, it is just that to some people Scotch is regarded as sacrosanct. My father had two bottles in the house; a good whisky for those that drank whisky straight, and a blended one for those that drank it with ice, water etc.
Some people do like cocktails, and your honey whisky would be ideal for them, but not for an ordinary drink in the UK. One of those idiosyncrasies that divide our nations I am afraid.
I wouldn't add anything to my Talisker.... (I buy one bottle on the first cold miserable day of the fall for sipping through the winter and try to get it to last until the first hot spring day when I buy a bottle of Hendrick's gin for G&Ts)
I guess that's why it reminded me of the old cold/cough remedy with whiskey, honey, and lemon.
I imagine that you can get pre-mixed old fashioneds out there, but I've never really wanted an old fashioned anyway.
I was hoping for positive suggestions and additional information. But I managed without.
Honey House Distillery
||Interesting link Jam Lady. I have never been quite sure how they dilute the distillate again. We used to brew beer in our village, and saw round the brewery, but have never been anywhere where they distill, so haven't been able to ask the relevant questions. I know how the distillation and cutting process work, as that is pure chemistry, and have done that to obtain certain products in practical chemistry, but not sure about the rest of the process.|