Classic Hot Toddy Recipe
This classic combination of whiskey, lemon and honey is not only good for what ails you, its mellow flavor is the perfect complement to rich seasonal desserts.
1-1/2 ounces whiskey
3 ounces hot water
Irish coffee mug
In an Irish coffee mug, combine whiskey, honey, the juice of one lemon and hot water, then stir.
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