Cheers to Whisky Hot Toddy Recipes on National Hot Toddy Day

Saturday 05th, January 2019 / 14:06 Written by
Cheers to Whisky Hot Toddy Recipes on National Hot Toddy Day

Cheers to Whisky Hot Toddy Recipes from Two Single Malt Whisky’s by Bacardi

Christmas and New Year’s may be over, but winter has only just begun. Light a fire and cuddle up and say cheers to whisky hot toddy recipes by Aberfeldy and Craigellachie – two single malt whisky brands by Bacardi – just in time for National Hot Toddy Day on Friday, January 11th!


Hot, spicy and zesty, the Golden Hot Toddy mixes hot toddy spice mix with Aberfeldy 12-Year-Old, local honey, lemon juice and hot water. A classic, fruity whisky with a honeyed richness and smooth taste, Aberfeldy will quickly become your secret weapon for hot toddy making.


For those interested in a twist on the winter warmer, consider stirring up a hot toddy featuring Craigellachie 13-year-old with Creme De Noyaux, Giffard Banana, Demerara and orange bitters, courtesy of Good Measure in Chicago.

Golden Hot Toddy | Recipe courtesy of Aberfeldy


  • 50 ml Aberfeldy 12-Year-Old

  • 15 ml Local Honey Syrup*

  • 20 ml Lemon Juice

  • Spice Mix

* Method for Local Honey Syrup: 100g of honey, 64g water, stir and leave to chill. Bottle and use accordingly.

Good Measure’s Hot Toddy | Recipe courtesy of Good Measure, Chicago

Cheers to Whisky Hot Toddy


  • 1 ½ oz. Craigellachie 13-Year-Old

  • ¼ oz. Creme De Noyaux

  • ¼ oz. Giffard Banana

  • ¼ oz. Demerara

  • 3 dashes of Orange Bitters

Method: Fill mug with hot water to warm. While mug is warming up, fill large shaker tin roughly 1/3-1/2 with hot water and carefully place small shaker tin inside. Combine all ingredients in smaller tin and stir to warm. Pour water out of mug and carefully pour the hot cocktail into mug. Top with hot water and garnish with dehydrated orange wheel.

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