Kev’s take:

They say that if you have nothing good to say, say nothing at all. If I were to follow that advice, I’d have to write nothing here.  However,  I like to be a half glass full kinda guy so let me think of the positives…
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The bottle is recyclable? 
There’s really not much else to say. If you like REALLY REALLY REALLY sweet drinks, or want something sweet to add to a cocktail this might be worth looking out for but apart from that, I’d say look elsewhere. 

Luke’s take:

While this isn’t technically a whisky, it is generally clumped into that section, so we thought we’d give it a go.

The bottle borders somewhere between novel and gimmicky, and seeing as there are some other honey-whiskies out there, Kevin took the plunge and bought a bottle of this.

A good drink should be memorable, and this is very memorable. This however, is not a good drink. Although there is some honey, and bourbon for that matter, in the mix, it doesn’t come through. What does come through is a sickly cordial sweetness. Blegh.

It’s as if someone got the recipe while playing broken telephone with Helen Keller, and then added some extra sugar.

OK, maybe that’s a little harsh, what was I really expecting right?

Well, this is priced at R265, which means if we had spent R34 more, we could have bought a bottle of Glen Grant single malt for R299. It really annoys me when companies massively overprice their products. If it had cost half it’s price, I would have still scored it low, but at least I would’ve judged in it’s proper context.

I give this 1 out of 5.