Butterscotch Bedtime Warmer
Milk, honey and butterscotch schnapps come together to create a delicious warm cocktail to cap off a cold winter's day.
By: Stephen Phillips
2 oz. butterscotch schnapps
8 oz. hot milk
1 tsp. honey
Heat milk in a saucepan or the microwave. Add butterscotch schnapps and honey to your hot milk.
Stir, sip and enjoy.
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