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Hot Toddy

Hot Toddy 1 tablespoon honey, 1 oz whisky (jameson), 1 lemon wedge, 1 cup hot water, 1 teabag (lipton) Directions: Coat the bottom of your coffee cup with honey. Add the whisky and lemon juice from the lemon wedge. In a separate pot combine the water and the tea and allow to steep for 5 minutes. Add the tea mixture to the honey mixture.

Hot Toddies (yum! Also known as Grandma's secret cough syrup!) Ingredients: 1-1/2 oz. whiskey 1 oz. honey 1 lemon 3 oz. hot water Preparation: In an Irish coffee mug, combine 1-1/2 oz. whiskey, 1 oz. honey, the juice of one lemon and 3 oz. hot water. Stir.

Chamomile Hot Toddy Recipe // HonestlyYUM

Rum Hot Toddy - 2 tbsp rum, 1 tbsp honey, 1 slice of lemon and a squeeze of lemon juice,1 cinnamon stick and boiling water

To make a whiskey-based hot toddy, measure 1/4 cup of whiskey, 1/4 cup of honey and 1/4 cup of fresh-squeezed lemon juice into a mug. Microwave the mixture until it's hot, then sip it until it's gone. If the hot toddy tastes too strong, add 1/4 cup of boiling water to the mix.

Hot Toddy Recipe with Fireball Whiskey - tried it, SO delicious!

The Hot Apple-Ginger Toddy | when it cools down you want to warm up with the flavors of Fall

Hot Toddy with a Twist: 8 oz whiskey (or bourbon / brandy), 6 T honey, 2 lemons, 4 c apple cider, 4 earl grey tea bags, 4 cinnamon sticks. In a small pan over med-low heat, heat the cider, cinnamon, honey, and whisky until hot, stirring to dissolve the honey. Remove from the heat, add the tea bags, and steep for 2 minutes. Remove the tea bags and squeeze in the juice of half a lemon. Pour into four glass mugs. Garnish with the cinnamon sticks and some lemon slices cut into half moons.

Earl Grey Hot Toddy Pinned Via: Carolina Girl Cooks www.carolinagirlc...

Preserving Lemons and Ginger in Honey, delicious natural cold remedy but also makes an EXCELLENT hot toddy!! A spoonful of this, straight from the jar or in your tea (or hot toddy!!) will help soothe your scratchy throat in a jiff!

The classic hot toddy is one of the healthiest low-calorie cocktails for the holiday season. With the help of citrus, honey, and cinnamon, some folks swear by this one as a surefire remedy to knock out a cold.

This Spiced Cranberry Hot Toddy is the perfect drink to enjoy at the end of a chilly day and will have your home smelling wonderful!

Hot Toddys are perfect for Thanksgiving. They are easy to make and contain natural, whole ingredients! #Cocktails

Grandma's Hot Toddy Cold Remedy - Hot tea, lemon, honey, ginger & cloves with a splash of good ole whiskey.

Fireball hot toddy #falldrink

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Rum Hot Toddy - The best cold remedy there is!

Hot Toddy Recipe...relief from a cold and cough.

Hot Toddy: a classic cough remedy for cold and flu season. #drinks #food #winter

Warm Up with a Hot Toddy (great DIY natural remedy for colds and flu!) - RichlyRooted.com #hottoddy

Hot Toddy recipe for chest congestion and a sore throat. Squeeze the juice from 2 lemons and put into a saucepan (fresh lemons, not lemon juice from a bottle). Add ¼ cup of honey to saucepan, bring to a boil Set boiled honey and lemon aside and let cool for a few minutes. Add a generous shot of rum Let everything cool until it's just warm. You can take this mixture a tablespoon at a time as needed or you can mix it with a hot cup of tea. You can also mix the honey and lemon with a shot of whisky, either way it's a tasty home remedy for chest congestion.

What’s Your Whiskey? [Infographic] As the holidays approach, enjoy the cold nights with a classic hot toddy in hand, or warm into your mornings with an Irish coffee. Celebrate your friends with a Jack and Coke or play it cool and sip a Manhattan. #NerdMentor

Here are three hot toddy renditions to get you through the winter, from the conventional to the much less so.