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Fall is now upon us and we’re now feeling the chills of the random cold or two. One of our favourite remedies here at SpritsWWB headquarters is the Hot Toddy. It’s an old drink that has now taken different variations. One of our favourites has a Texas twist. Featured here is the old and the new recipe for the best Hot Toddy to get you going on that cold gloomy day when the sniffles have you slowing down.

Texas Hot Toddy (Thanks to Mary)

1 oz. room temprature \ warmed whiskey (not hot just warm)

1 bottle of old cane sugar Dr. Pepper (warmed, yes warmed or room temprature)

1 bag of tea (preferably black or chamomile DON’T use green tea)

½ cup of warm\ hot water (for the tea)

1 tbsp. Honey

Peruvian Hot Toddy

Though I'm not so sure this was a hot toddy this works as a good example of what one may look like

In a cup prepare the tea as you would normally and then add in the dr pepper and the shot of whiskey. Finally stir in the Honey and enjoy. Careful not to burn your tongue. This will get that slow achy body back to normal in no time.

As for the Original Hot Toddy

1 oz. room temprature \ warmed whiskey (not hot just warm)

1 bag of tea (preferably black or chamomile DON’T use green tea)

3/4 cup of warm\ hot water (for the tea)

1 tbsp. Honey

In a cup prepare the tea as you would normally and then add in the shot of whiskey. Finally stir in the Honey and enjoy. Careful not to burn your tongue. This will get that slow achy body back to normal in no time.

If you have any other remedies that get you going or have a better recipe for the Hot Toddy we’re all ears. Also stay tuned our next episode is coming soon!

See you at the bar!

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Written by Jax D.

September 25, 2010 at 4:14 pm

Posted in News

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