Apple Spiced Bourbon Toddy's

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Lynnda Cloutier

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@eatygourmet

Please don't skimp on the fresh cider in this recipe. When cider is simmered and thickened, the flavor is intensely apple, and intensely autumn. Star anise and cinnamon stick will make your home smell aweome. You can quadruple this recipe and keep it warm on the stove throughout a cold winter evening with friends. You can even throw in a few slices of crisp apple and a squeeze of orange juice in the warm cider to liven up the flavor. For a true toddy, float a pat of butter on each drink and relax by the fire. I've even made this and kept it warm in the slow cooker.

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Ingredients

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    1 quart fresh apple cider
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    1 cinnamon stick plus more for serving
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    2 whole star anise, plus more for serving
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    juice of 1 lemon
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    1 cup good quality bourbon whiskey
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    maraschino cherries for garnish, optional

How to Make Apple Spiced Bourbon Toddy's

Step-by-Step

  1. Put the cider, cinnamon and star anise into small pan and bring to a simmer over medium heat. Cook til liquid has reduced by half and intensified in flavor. This takes about 10 minutes. Add the lemon juice land bourbon and stir til hot.
  2. Serve in warmed mugs or snifters each garnished with a cinnamon stick, star anise and a maraschino cherry if you have any on hand.(I always have some on hand, as my granddaughter loves them when she comes to visit)

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About Apple Spiced Bourbon Toddy's

Course/Dish: Hot Drinks, Cocktails




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