To quote Jamie Oliver, “the Huckle-my-buff is not a Dodo but a Phoenix”.
Like most great ideas, this one is very simple. Coffee with a whiskey kick.
The showy way to make a simple hot whisky punch.
The faintly smoky flavours of Scotch add spice to this warming drink that's great when you're feeling down with a cold or the flu.
Tea and Scotch combine wonderfully in this hot and spicy winter warmer.
Tiffin will never be the same again.
A spicy, flavour-packed hot coffee. Lightly whip or simply shake cream in container before pouring over the bowl of a spoon. It also helps if the cream
A warming and filling winter's meal in itself. This recipe will fill six small toddy glasses or Tom & Jerry mugs (each 20cl capacity to brim), and given
Simple, warming and comforting – rich ginger wine gently spices and mellows Scotch whisky.
A flavoursome and warming variation on mulled wine.
This does indeed taste just as described on the tin.
Hot, watered down bourbon stirred with orange oils. Simple but very tasty.
In his The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks, David Embury says, The Hot Spiced Rum is bad enough, but the lump of butter is the final insult. It blends with the
Warming and smooth - great on a cold day or whenever you fancy a warming treat.
Warming, honeyed, pungent rum with a hint of lime.
Warm, fruity red wine - great on a cold night.
Fruity rich and warming with apple (calvados) and blackberry.
Warming, soothing and potent. Better if several servings are made at the same time and the ingredients mixed together and warmed in a saucepan.
A tangy, citrusy hot drink.
Make this winter warmer to the classic 'Burnley' 50:50 proportions and it can be a tad rich, hence the 1:2 proportions used here.
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