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Hot Toddy Liqueur
A winter staple flavour; we’ve given it a sophisticated twist in this seasonal tipple.
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We’ve taken our favourite festive flavour and given it a sophisticated twist.
Jack Frost nipping at your nose? There’s only one solution: a hot toddy. The origins of this restorative winter warmer are unclear, and while claims that it can cure a common cold are likely humbug, a sip of our Hot Toddy Liqueur can certainly help revive chilly Christmas carol-singers, last-minute shoppers
and late-night present-wrappers.
Made by combining star anise, cinnamon, cloves, orange peel, lemon peel and lemon myrtle, our Hot Toddy Liqueur features a citrus twist that pays tribute to the classic Italian digestif limoncello, and will certainly be adding a welcome splash of sunshine to our post-dinner sipping this year.
Keep it simple and savour the warming spice notes of this citrusy liqueur by pouring 50ml Hot Toddy Liqueur into a highball glass that’s filled with ice and topping up with soda water before garnishing with a lemon wedge.
The Nose: Bright zingy lemon, with a delicate hint of spice.
The Palate: Sharp and refreshing citrus, featuring a rich juniper and sweet middle.
The Finish: Long clove and a light touch of anise combine with candied citrus peel.
Lemon & Ginger Fizz
50ml Hot Toddy Liqueur
50ml apple juice
Ginger ale, to top up
Lemon twist, to garnish
Combine the Hot Toddy Liqueur, apple juice and egg white in a shaker. Dry shake without ice then wet shake with ice, before pouring into a highball glass over ice. Top up with ginger ale, and garnish with a lemon twist.
Ultimate Hot Toddy
30ml Hot Toddy Liqueur
20ml ginger wine
2 tsp honey
Hot water, to top up
Lemon wheel, to garnish
Combine the fifirst three ingredients in a mug, then stir in the hot water until the honey is mixed through. Garnish with a lemon wheel.
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