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Hot Cinnamon Toddy

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A winter drink that will warm you through and through. This hot cinnamon toddy is a nice spin on the classic cocktail.

A winter drink that will warm you through and through. This hot cinnamon toddy is a nice spin on the classic cocktail.

Sometimes you just need something that will warm your soul.  This is the drink for that occasion.

When I was a kid I used to sneak drinks of my parents liquor (shhh don’t tell on me.) My favorite part was the way it made my belly warm. I distinctly remember that feeling and how much I loved it.

A winter drink that will warm you through and through. This hot cinnamon toddy is a nice spin on the classic cocktail.

This drink does the same thing but this time I’m actually legal to drink.  I used my favorite cinnamon tea,Harney & Sons Hot Cinnamon Spice.  If you can’t find it in your local store I would recommend buying it online. It is seriously the best cinnamon tea you will ever have.

A winter drink that will warm you through and through. This hot cinnamon toddy is a nice spin on the classic cocktail.

Also, since it’s the boozy days of Christmas I had to add a little booze.  I added a little splash of bourbon. You should do the same.

Enjoy!!!

A winter drink that will warm you through and through. This hot cinnamon toddy is a nice spin on the classic cocktail.

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Hot Cinnamon Toddy

A winter drink that will warm you through and through. This hot cinnamon toddy is a nice spin on the classic cocktail.

Yield: 1 cocktail

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Ingredients:

1 Hot Cinnamon Spice
tea sachet (this tea is also called Hot Cinnamon Sunset)
Boiling water
Splash of bourbon
Cinnamon sticks - optional

Source: Nutmeg Nanny

Directions:

Add tea bag to glass. Top with boiling water and let steep for 8 minutes. Add a splash (or more...) of bourbon and enjoy! Make it look fancy with cinnamon sticks, if desired.

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