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Base Spirit: Old Tom ginStyle: Classic/ VintageRecipe adapted from 'Old Waldorf Bar Days' published 1931, which said of this drink, "The name of an American yacht which...
Base Spirit: CognacStyle: Classic/ VintageOur adaptation of a recipe presented by Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty on Friday 9th August 2013 at Simon Difford’s Cabinet Room...
Base Spirit: Calvados brandyStyle: Hot DrinksCreated in February 2015 by yours truly (Simon Difford) at the Cabinet Room, London, England.
Base Spirit: Scotch whisky blendedStyle: Classic/ VintagePlace bar spoon loaded with honey in warmed glass. Add other ingredients and STIR until honey dissolves.
Base Spirit: Rum - pot still Jamaican Style: Classic/ Vintage1. Pre-warm six 20cl (6.75oz) toddy glasses or Tom & Jerry mugs with hot water.
Base Spirit: Tequila reposadoStyle: CreamyPOUR tequila and liqueur into warmed glass and top with coffee. FLOAT cream over drink.
Base Spirit: Scotch whisky blendedStyle: Classic/ VintageLost in time but Dickens refers to a "Whisky Toddy" in 'The Pickwick Papers'.
Base Spirit: Tequila reposadoStyle: Hot DrinksPlace bar spoon in warmed glass. POUR all ingredients into glass and stir.
Base Spirit: Whiskey IrishStyle: Classic/ VintageSelect a heat-treated heat-proof glass and warm by filling with very hot water and leave to stand. Separately prepare cream...
Base Spirit: Scotch whisky blendedStyle: Christmas CocktailsA Whisky Mac made into a long warming toddy by simply adding boiling water.
Style: Hot DrinksPOUR first two ingredients into glass, top up with tea and stir.
Base Spirit: Rum GoldenStyle: Classic/ VintagePlace bar spoon loaded with honey in warmed glass. Add other ingredients and STIR until honey and butter are dissolved.
Style: Hot DrinksOur quick 'n' easy take on this variation of the 18th century Negus - reputedly a favourite of the writer Dr. Johnson. The traditional recipe begins with...
Style: Hot DrinksPOUR ingredients into pre-warmed glass and stir.
Base Spirit: CognacStyle: Christmas CocktailsCreated by yours truly (Simon Difford) to serve live on Christmas Eve 2002 during a broadcast on BBC Radio Four. 'Auntie' is a...
Base Spirit: Scotch whisky blendedStyle: Hot DrinksCreated in 2003 by yours truly (Simon Difford), London, England.
Base Spirit: CognacStyle: Hot DrinksPOUR all ingredients into warmed glass and STIR.
Style: Hot DrinksColonel Francis Negus was the MP for Ipswich, England from 1717 to 1732. He created this diluted version of the original Bishop.
Base Spirit: Rum NavyStyle: Hot DrinksPlace bar spoon loaded with honey in warmed glass. Add other ingredients and STIR until honey dissolves.
Base Spirit: Bourbon whiskeyStyle: Hot DrinksThe only difference between a 'skin' and a 'toddy' is the addition of citrus peel to a skin.
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