So I have a 6 gallon carboy of a traditional plain clover honey going. The honey was on sale at a local store, so I couldn't pass up a 3lb for less the 10 dollars, I don't think they knew that just because it crystalized it's not bad, haha. But since it isn't a stellar honey on its own I have been thinking about trying to throw in some oak chips. The hang up is, I have never played with oaking anything before. I saw advertised some vanilla rum soaked chips. Which I thought might go well, but rethought maybe I should ask how and what on here first. We are more looking for the vanilla flavor maybe but the rum would be welcome. But from what I read you can get vanilla from just a medium toast? Plus when in the process do you put it in? Right now this batch is finishing secondary and starting to clear, should a give it another month to clear and age a bit more? Thanks for any advice you guys are great.