South Cider Toddy

South Cider:

Welcome Again Faithful Readers and Elixir Lovers, today’s Post is Going to Feature Something a Little Different, and Perhaps for Some a Little Stranger. Today is going to Encompass Some of My favorite Flavor Pairings for the Season. For this Tonic we are Going to Explore the Crisp Flavors of Apple, paired with the Smooth Oak Flavors of Bourbon Whiskey. And just for color and Finish, infuse with Chamomile and Honey.  Now As the Season Gets into the Colder Leg of its Cycle, folks Tend to make their way indoors, and Thus find that “Burrowing” is the most common Activity. I say Nay to the Notion that One Must remain Dormant and Cold. Take Advantage of the Instinct to Burrow, and Have a Burrowing Themed Party…What I am Getting at Is: Invite a few Friends through for a Burrow Down Party and Shake The Cold Weather. I Hope in the Process You May Find that a South Cider is Just the drink to Warm Your Bones. All the Item You Need for this Rounded Remedy are as Follows:

  • 1oz  Early Times 354 Bourbon Whiskey
  • 2oz  Apple Cider
  • 8oz Brewed Chamomile Tea
  • 1tsp Pure Honey
  • 1 Whole Cinnamon Stick

The Infusing of the Flavors Come Best I find When the Whole of the Ingredients are Able to Simmer together. First Bring 1 Cup  of Water to A Boil, then Add Chamomile Tea Bags and allow Tea Time to Properly Brew And Steep, after Tea has reached maximum potential add Cinnamon Stick, Honey, Bourbon, and Cider to the Tea. Simmer Ingredients While Stirring for 2-3 minutes.  After Ingredients have Become Fully Integrated, Simply Pour and Enjoy.

I Thank You All Again for Stopping By, and I look Forward To Our Next Leg of the Journey.







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