The other day, I was trying to invent a new beverage. I took about 12-14 ounces of warm Canada Dry ginger ale, shook the carbonation out of it, and added approximately a teaspoon of pure clover honey and stirred. The honey dissolved nicely into solution, but about an hour later, the honey appeared to come out of solution and formed hundreds of little globules in the ginger ale. The single sip I took tasted great and didn't cauca any noticeable harmful effects, but I'm worried that one or more of the chemical additives in the ginger ale may have reacted with the honey, making the beverage undrinkable. Is that possible, or did the honey simply separate from the solution?