A Hot Tea Toddy Recipe For National Hot Toddy & Hot Tea Days

[1] All of the toddies here are shown in clear glasses or mugs. Why? It makes the drink look better (photo © L’Adresse | NYC). [2] In Colonial times a pat of butter was added to the toddy, creating Hot Buttered Rum. It clouded the drink, but in those days, everything was drunk from a…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: Apple Ginger Toddy For National Hot Toddy Day

Enjoy a hot toddy on a chilly day. Photo courtesy Castello USA.   January 11th is National Hot Today Day. Here’s some toddy history. And here’s a riff on the classic rum toddy, made with apple cider, Cognac and fresh ginger slices. It’s topped off with a garnish of delicious crystallized ginger chunks. The recipe…
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Holiday Hot Toddy Recipes With Scotch, Gin & Rum

Mulled cider can be a cocktail (add gin or whisky) or mocktail. Photo courtesy Zaya Rum.   The expression “cup of good cheer” that comes to us from Merrie Olde England refers to hot mulled cider and wine. Whether or not you have a fireplace, horse and sleigh, invite friends over to share that cup,…
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