I suspect you are talking about 10.7 ozs (weight) of water, not fluid ozs. My honey has a specific gravity of 1.43. That means the weight of honey that will occupy 10.7 ozs of water is 10.7/1.43 = 7.48 oz or about 1/2 of a lb.

So, .5lb/bottle x 125 bottles is 62.5 lbs of honey.

Let me know if this helps or if you have any other questions. Please email me directly to get a faster answer. Thanks for your interest.

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