Introducing the Gin Hot Toddy – A Classic Winter Brew

Gin Hot Toddy

How about the Gin Hot Toddy to warm and enrich you.

What you need

Spices used in this recipe

  • Green Cardamom Pods (Whole)

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    Green Cardamom Pods (Whole)

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    Green Cardamom Pods have a strong, unique taste, with an intensely aromatic fragrance and a minty coolness. The oval-shaped pods are green, as suggested by their name, and are used in a variety of savoury and sweet dishes. Next to black pepper, cardamom is the most common spice in India. It is also one of the world’s most ancient spices, often glorified as the Queen of Spices. It is an essential ingredient of Garam Masala.

    The spice people carry cardamom in the form of these products; cardamom green pods whole, black whole cardamom and cardamom pods ground.

    SKU: B0011
    $3.45
  • whole dried star anise

    Star Anise Whole

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    Star Anise Whole

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    Star anise, is a star-shaped fruit that is considered an essential ingredient in Chinese duck and pork recipes. Its licorice-like flavour is similar to that of aniseed and fennel It has a sweet warm, clovey, liquorice flavour, and deep aroma. Used to add flavour to tea, soups, stir-fries and curries, while the ground star anise is a dominant ingredient in Chinese five-spice powder.

    SKU: B0103
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  • cloves whole

    Cloves Whole

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    Cloves Whole

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    Cloves are a dark brown, highly pungent and aromatic spice which should be used sparingly in both sweet and savoury dishes such as curries, sauces, stocks, apple dishes. It is especially good with baked ham. It is a spice used in a wide array of different cultures. It brings the palate a cleansing freshness and sweet spicy flavour.

    The spice people carry both cloves whole and cloves ground.

    SKU: B0025
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How to make it

Add honey and spices to the bottom of a heat-proof snifter or mug. Pour in the water, add the gin, and squeeze the orange and drop it into the glass. Stir until the honey is melted.

Sounds wonderful!

Thanks to Nancy Mitchell for the recipe & image