Sweet Nothings Warming Hot Toddy Recipe With Tea

Warm up with this hot toddy recipe with tea and bourbon. Make a double batch, light the fire, and settle in for the coziest night of your life.

Image of an overhead view of a kettle and two clear glass mugs with a hot toddy recipe with tea and bourbon on a wood table.
Credit: Image courtesy of Brew Labs Tea

Tis the season to warm up with a cup of cozy — and this hot toddy recipe with tea and bourbon hits the spot. This would be incredible for entertaining, simply keep warm in a slow cooker and serve it up all day long. Why not make it extra fancy and boil the water in a gorgeous whistling tea kettle by Caraway (find it in our Caraway gift guide).

What to Serve With This Hot Toddy Bourbon Recipe

Image of an overhead view of a kettle and two clear glass mugs with a hot toddy recipe with tea and bourbon on a wood table.
Image sipping this hot toddy bourbon recipe by a cozy fireside over a holiday break. Credit: Image courtesy of Brew Labs Tea

We say serve this with anything fireside. While you have your mugs out, you should try this healthy hot chocolate recipe with superfoods (delicious and nutritious!). 

We’ve got you covered with more winter (and holiday) recipes. Make these two super easy recipes and give them as homemade gifts: 5 Ingredient Vegan Chocolate Truffle Recipe, and this 4-Ingredient Chocolate Peppermint Bark. Another entertainment-worthy recipe that’s unbelievably easy is this blender chocolate mousse, we even have a video for it!

How to Make a Hot Toddy Recipe with Tea and Bourbon

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Ingredients

Tea

Cocktail

Preparation

Heat 6 oz. of water until hot, but not boiling, and pour into a heat-safe container. In a tea linen or tea ball, combine all of the ingredients for the tea base. Brew in hot water for 5 minutes, gently agitating from time to time. Remove the tea sachet/ball.

Pour 3 oz. of the tea base into a saucepan. Add milk, bourbon and sugar. Let sit over low heat, stirring from time to time, for 5 minutes or until the sugar dissolves. Pour into a heat-safe mug and garnish with the a cinnamon stick and ground cinnamon.

Jennie Ripps is the founder and CEO of Owl’s Brew and sister company, Brew Lab Tea. She contributes to Huffington Post’s Taste and Healthy Living sections. Maria Littlefield is partner and President at Owl’s Brew and a partner at Brew Lab Tea. Jennie and Maria were selected as “35 under 35 Food Entrepreneurs” by the Specialty Food Association. They reside in NYC. 

Jennie Ripps is the founder and CEO of Owl’s Brew and sister company, Brew Lab Tea. She contributes to... More about Jennie Ripps & Maria Littlefield

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