"Baby it's cold outside" - try this Irish whiskey 'hot toddy' recipe

A hot whiskey is a traditional 'cure-all' for those seasonal sniffles.

This recipe is the perfect winter-warmer. A hot whiskey is a traditional 'cure-all' for those seasonal sniffles. It’s also a delicious digestif or a night cap (drink before bed).

Ingredients
A good Irish whiskey. (Jameson or Powers is ideal)
A heat proof glass
7/8 Cloves
2 teaspoons sugar
Slice of lemon

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Preparation:
1. Fill a kettle to boil hot water.
2. Place a metal spoon in a glass (will prevent glass from breaking) into the glass to pre-heat it, before emptying it out
3. Cut a slice of lemon, remove the pips and stick some cloves into the fruit.
4. Put a teaspoon of sugar into the glass followed by a shot of Irish whiskey.  Give the whiskey and sugar mixture a bit of a stir and try to dissolve the lumps.
5. Add boiling water and then stir.
6. Add the lemon and additional cloves (if desired) to the mix.
7. Wrap a wee napkin around the glass, so you don’t scald yourself.

Enjoy!

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