hot toddy


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hot toddy

n.
A drink consisting of whiskey, brandy, or other liquor mixed with hot water, sugar, and spices.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hot toddy - a mixed drink made of liquor and water with sugar and spices and served hothot toddy - a mixed drink made of liquor and water with sugar and spices and served hot
rum - liquor distilled from fermented molasses
mixed drink - made of two or more ingredients
Tom and Jerry - hot rum toddy with a beaten egg
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Many another gallon I bought, for Cloudesley and I got into the habit of drinking a certain hot toddy that actually tasted delicious going down and that carried the most exhilarating kick imaginable.
You can order wine, but a herbal tea nightcap is more likely than a hot toddy.
com/embed/sRmQLJAwOYAThey especially recommend a shot of hriata' in the Main Square Christmas market, described by them as hot toddy made from honey, goose fat and alcohol.
Given the ruthlessness of Neil Warnock's side, perhaps Reading should agree to play 'next goal wins' in this game - with a bit of luck everyone could be back in the pub with a hot toddy by about 8.
On arrival, you're given a hot toddy to savour while you select the spirits of your choice from the many fine blends on offer.
s Kim Hau Ceramics would be perfect for a hot toddy.
4 WHISKY HOT TODDY My friend Stephen and I went for a drink at OX184 in Edinburgh after my show today.
But any excuse for a candle, a hot toddy and night in is good with me.
As delicious as they are nutritious, the thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' dishes showcased in the pages of "Winter Cabin Cooking" range from Gnocchi with Wild Mushrooms; Goulash Soup; Swiss Chard Gratin; and Parmesan--Ricotta Cheese Cake; to Schnitzel with Warm Potato Salad; Prune and Armagnac Souffle; Banana Cake; and Hot Toddy.
While browsing through a gardening book, the armchair gardener may also enjoy a hot toddy.
It consists of Hot Toddy shower gel and Yog Nog soap.
I show anything but rhythm, however, as one spectacular fall is followed by another, before I retire for a hot toddy by the fire.