Dry one product over there (6)
I believe the answer is:
'over there' is the definition.
(archaic preposition meaning 'over there')
'dry one product' is the wordplay.
'dry one' anagrams to 'YONDER'.
However, I am unsure how this is indicated.
Can you help me to learn more?
(Other definitions for yonder that I've seen before include "Over there, somewhat archaic" , "that one" , "to place indicated" , "See Rodney over there" , "At a distance but in sight" .)