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The 6 Best Whiskies for Your Hot Toddy

5 monthes ago   |   By Vine Pair

When the cold weather comes, so do the hot toddies . Few other drinks match the warming and cold-curing qualities like the combination of whiskey, tea, lemon, and honey. Drinking one is a given; the only question is, how are you going to make it?
Whiskey is the strongest flavor in a hot toddy if you make it right. The right whiskey doesn't get too watered down, and has strong enough flavors to add character amidst the sweetness of the honey and hot water. Consider stocking up on these six whiskeys for all your hot toddy needs before it gets too cold to go outside:
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The History of the Hot Toddy

5 monthes ago   |   By Vine Pair

It's cold and the snow is falling. You don't have a fireplace to warm you, but you do have whiskey, tea, honey, and lemon. So you turn to the hot toddy, your old winter warmer friend. You drink with an appreciation that only viral praises and infinite lists of hot toddy variations married together on the internet can grant. But, believe it or not, your liquid friend has been centuries in the making.
The toddy as we know it started in British-controlled India. In the 1610s, dictionary.com notes , the Hindi word “taddy” meant “beverage made from fermented palm sap.” By 1786, taddy was...
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