A quick video showing how simple it is to make a really nice honey liqueur out of common supermarket vodka or rum and clear honey. Try to find a general purpose clear honey in a squeezy bottle, since the cloudy honey has a lot more insoluble solids (beeswax?) that leave a residue at the bottom of the bottle. the squeezy bottle makes it easier to squirt the honey into the bottle, and can be refilled from a standard jar of honey if required. The ratio of honey to rum or vodka is entirely up to you. I like a sweet drink so I add loads. The alcohol in vodka and rum, along with the long shelf life of honey means that the mixed drink can be stored in the bottle for a long time. Even the clearest honey will cause a slight deposit of non soluble sediment after a while, but it’s harmless and can either be left at the bottom of the bottle or shaken up again. This short advert-free video was brought to you by to help make your weekends just that little bit sweeter.