This Hot Toddy recipe has chamomile tea and Scotch Whiskey. Perfect for cold days. Whiskey drinks like this help wade of cold / flu symptoms.
Is it “Hot Toddy” or “Hot Tottie” or “Hot Totty”??
I have always heard it as “Hot Toddy”. That sounds much better.
This hot toddy recipe is my way of showing support to my friends up north. They are about to go through the WORST snow storm ever experienced.
NY and Massachusetts will be snowed in this week and there is no better way to stay warm than with a hot toddy recipe that has a strong ingredient.
The ingredient is the trusted Scotch Whiskey. Nothing warms the soul quite like strong whiskey drinks.
I have noticed that whiskey recipes are always in demand when the temperatures dip below freezing. Every good hot toddy recipe worth its weight in water will have some whiskey in it.
To round out this hot toddy, I brewed some Chamomile tea. Then I added star anise, cloves, cinnamon and lemon juice.
I noticed that this recipe doesn’t just keep the shivers away. The next time you Google, “How do you fight the flu naturally?”, don’t be surprised if this recipe comes up in the search. You may have to go to page 1000 to see it.
This hot toddy recipe also helps soothe your throat and clear up chest congestion.
After drinking this hot toddy, I guarantee you that you a restful nap and / or sleep. Even the most insomniacs like me can get a restful sleep after drinking this hot toddy.
So, bottoms up!
A Hot Toddy Recipe To Beat The Blizzard
Hot Toddy Recipe
- In a microwave safe mug, add distilled water. Fill about 3/4 of the way
- Microwave for 1min and 30 seconds. Alternatively, you can boil the water in a kettle.
- In a mug, add the water and steep the tea bags
- Add the remaining ingredients to the same mug and stir well
- Let it steep for 5 minutes
- Discard the tea bags
- Strain the hot toddy and serve immediately