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Planet Whiskies - Whisky - Teacher’s Hot Toddy Recipe

On this page on Planet Whiskies is a recipe on how to make a Teacher's Hot Toddy. It is easy to make and is a perfect winter warmer for all. You will see below the ingredients and the method of how to make this popular whisky recipe.

Teacher’s Hot Toddy

50ml Teacher’s Whisky
2 teaspoons vanilla sugar
The juice of 2 wedges of lemon
The juice of 1 wedge of orange
37.5ml pressed apple juice
Boiling water

• Add 1 pod of green cardamom, a pinch of cinnamon and 2 teaspoons of vanilla sugar to a heat proof glass and gently press the cardamom.
• Half fill the glass with boiling water then pour in the apple juice and Teacher’s whisky.
• Squeeze in 2 wedges of lemon and a wedge of orange, gently stir until the sugar has
dissolved and then top up with boiling water.
• If preferred, strain off into a fresh glass and garnish with a cinnamon stick.

A perfect winter warmer!

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