HOT TODDY

A B O U T

The word “toddy” comes from the toddy drink in India which is produced by fermenting palm tree sap. The earliest record of combining alcohol, spices and water is 1786, with some believing that Dr. Robert Todd prescribed a hot drink of brandy, canella, sugar syrup and water as a remedy. Popularly used with whisky, this twist brings the botanical intensity of Langley’s Old Tom, delivering a delicious alternative to this classic.

I N G R E D I E N T S

  1. 60ml Langley’s Old Tom
  2. 30ml Lemon Juice
  3. 10ml Sugar syrup Topped with boiling water
  4. Bar spoon of honey
  5. Star Anise
  6. Cinnamon stick
  7. Lemon Wheel

Tasting Note: A winter warmer, combining the spicy notes of ginger/star anise and liquorice with the circus lemon, producing a mouth watering delight.

 

M E T H O D

1). Add 60ml Langley’s Old Tom Gin, boiling water and sugar syrup to vessel
2). Stir bar spoon of honey until dissolved.
3). Garnish with lemon wheel, cinnamon stick, and star anise

Hot Toddy - Langley's England
Hot Toddy - Langley's England

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