I would really love to see how this goes as well. Last year I got about 20 lbs of an old honey that had been sitting in buckets in an old mormons basement for an undetermined number of years. The number i was told was 15 years but judging by the looks of the honey it had to have been alot longer, as it was almost like a molassas, but was definitely honey. It was also assumed to be a local low desert/mesquite.
I put half of it in a 3 gallon carboy with water and yeast and nothing else just to see what would happen and it turned out great! Very dark, like the prune melomel I had made, with a beautifully balanced aftertaste.
I think I'm gonna try a bottle every 6 months just to see how it ages.
It looks cloudy but it's not! I put a flashlight up to it and it's clear as can be, just extremely dark.