Huumm, sounds more like brandyed honey or honey brandy from where I am standing. (grin)
Where's the 51% yellay' corn, the rye, and the malted barley? Not to mention you left out the new charred white oak barrel needed to make charred a.k.a. "chartered" Bourbon whiskey.
Mix 16lb of granulated sugar with each gallon of 100 proof Bourbon, feed it to your strongest hives in hive top feeders. Then allow your worker bees to infuse honey into y'alls' Bourbon. Don't the good book say, "...the worker is worthy of her reward?" Trouble is I doubt the worker bees would get much work done, but they would bee doing a lot more singing, fighting, philosophising, and sleeping around! lol
If your real serious about infusing honey into your corn whiskey, do it like this. Get or make yourself a hardwood muddler. Use your favorite mint julep recipe or any cocktail recipe for that matter that calls for both Bourbon and simple syrup. Substitute your favorite honey for the simple syrup. Salute!!!