Warm Recipes for National Hot Toddy Day

Tuesday 09th, January 2018 / 15:22 Written by
Warm Recipes for National Hot Toddy Day

Warm Recipes to Keep You Cozy for National Hot Toddy Day

Hope you are staying warm this winter. But just in case you need a little help, William Grant & Sons wanted to pass along some warm recipes that will not only help you fight this winter snow, but also prepare you for National Hot Toddy Day on Jan. 11! This San Antonio cocktail influencer say these cocktails are easy to mix up, delicious and the perfect thing for sipping by the fire!

Be sure to visit the San Antonio Cocktail Conference to talk to these brand ambassadors and try some product samples at the January 13th Tasting Suites.

 

Hot Toddy Cocktails

 

Hot Toddy by Jaime Salas, National Milagro Ambassador

 

Ingredients:

1 ½ parts Milagro Añejo

1 part agave nectar

4 cloves (each cup)

1 cinnamon stick (each cup)

1 whole star anise (each cup)

4 parts boiling water

1 lemon wheel (each cup)

 

Preparation: combine agave nectar, spice and tequila in a heat resistant snifter or mug. Add boiling water. Squeeze lemon, drop it in, and store until agave nectar has melted.

 

“Lately I have been drawn to using cloves both in the kitchen and when making cocktails. It’s a great warming spice adopted by natives of present day Mexico with the arrival of the Spanish and can now be found in present day Mexican cuisine, including traditional holiday Ponche Mexicano and our riff on the Hot Toddy.” – Milagro National Ambassador, Jaime Salas

 

The Glenfiddich Toddy [Hot Toddy] created by Glenfiddich Ambassador Allan Roth

Warm Recipes

Ingredients:

1 1/2 parts Glenfiddich 12 Year

1 part hot water

1 part hot cider

3/4 part Olorosso Sherry

1/2 part Drambuie

3 dashes Angostura bitter

 

 

Hot Tully Created by National Tullamore D.E.W. Ambassador Tim Herlihy.

Warm Recipes

Ingredients:

2 parts Tullamore D.E.W. Original

¼ part fresh lemon juice

2 tblsp honey

Directions: First, warm a mug with hot water, then discard water and combine ingredients above. Top with boiling water. For a bit of a bite, add some fresh ginger and garnish with a clove-studded lemon.

 

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