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Santa's Stiff Hot Chocolate
Added About 8 years ago
7 ingredients  
Santa's favourite drink to come home to after a hard day’s work out in the cold winter’s night delivering presents. Mrs. Claus kept the recipe secret.... until now! In a saucepan over a low heat, add the milk, honey, sugar and 1 cinnamon stick. Grate the chocolate into this mix and cook until the chocolate is melted. Don't rush and heat up the milk too quickly, or you risk burning the milk and ...
Santa's favourite drink to come home to after a hard day’s work out in the ...
Rating: 4.85 / 5
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The Little Black Dress Toddy
Added About 7 years ago
8 ingredients  
In a small saucepan bring the water to the boil, then add the sugar and cardamom pods, and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Let steep for 30mins then store in an airtight container in the fridge for around 3 weeks.This creates a cardamom syrup. Once this is ready, heat the milk, cocoa powder, and a pinch of salt in a small saucepan until fully mixed. Whisk in the chocolate (preferably ...
In a small saucepan bring the water to the boil, then add the sugar and ...
Rating: 4.76 / 5
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Hot Toddy
Added About 8 years ago
4 ingredients  
The Hot Toddy, with its warming blend of spices and sweet honey aroma, is the perfect comforter and will soothe any aches, pains or winter sniffles. Skewer the cloves into 2 thin lemon slices and add to a heat proof glass. Add the whiskey, lemon juice and honey. Top up with boiling water and garnish with a cinnamon stick. Give it a quick stir and serve immediately. ...
The Hot Toddy, with its warming blend of spices and sweet honey aroma, is the ...
Rating: 4.75 / 5
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Espresso Galliano
Added About 8 years ago
4 ingredients  
A variation on the classic Irish Coffee, this Galliano variation is an excellent way to start the day. Try it without the traditional cream! Pour the Galliano followed by the coffee into an Irish coffee glass. Add a teaspoon or two of sugar (to taste) before adding in a splash of lemon juice. Stir and serve. ...
A variation on the classic Irish Coffee, this Galliano variation is an excellent ...
Rating: 4.72 / 5
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Irish Coffee
Added About 9 years ago
4 ingredients  
Heat the coffee, whiskey and sugar together, do not boil. Pour into an Irish coffee glass and add the cream on top. ...
Heat the coffee, whiskey and sugar together, do not boil. Pour into an Irish ...
Rating: 4.69 / 5
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Hot Tea Toddy
Added About 8 years ago
6 ingredients  
A variation on the classic Hot Toddy, this comforting drink is especially good if you think you are coming down with a cold. The recipe below makes enough for 2 cups - a drink is best when shared! Put the tea, cognac, rum, cloves, honey and 4 thin strips of lemon zest into a saucepan and gently heat for 5 mins - without boiling.After 5 mins remove from the heat and let the mixture infuse for ...
A variation on the classic Hot Toddy, this comforting drink is especially good ...
Rating: 4.68 / 5
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Calypso
Added About 7 years ago
5 ingredients  
Created by Ron Oliver, at The Diamond in Vancouver. Combine all the ingredients with 2oz of hot water in a large mixing glass, stir, then pour into a teacup. ...
Created by Ron Oliver, at The Diamond in Vancouver. Combine all the ingredients ...
Rating: 4.63 / 5
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Martin's Rum
Added About 9 years ago
8 ingredients  
Get a suitable saucepan and add the 151 Proof Rum, dark rum, sugar syrup, and the three juices. Heat up slowly, ensuring the sugar has dissolved and flavours bought together before serving. Simply pour into an Irish coffee glass and let the warm notes slide down. ...
Get a suitable saucepan and add the 151 Proof Rum, dark rum, sugar syrup, and ...
Rating: 4.56 / 5
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The Colonel
Added About 7 years ago
5 ingredients  
Created by Ron Olvier, at The Dimaond in Vancouver. Combine all the ingredients along with 2oz of hot water in a mixing glass. Stir and pour into a teacup. Garnish with an apple wedge, sliced into a fan. ...
Created by Ron Olvier, at The Dimaond in Vancouver. Combine all the ingredients ...
Rating: 4.48 / 5
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English Breakfast
Added About 7 years ago
5 ingredients  
Created by Ron Oliver, at The Diamond in Vancouver. Combine all the ingredients, along with 2oz of hot water, in a mixing glass. Stir then pour into a teacup. Garnish with a grapefruit twist. ...
Created by Ron Oliver, at The Diamond in Vancouver. Combine all the ingredients, ...
Rating: 4.46 / 5
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Christmas Tea Warmer
Added About 8 years ago
4 ingredients  
A great cocktail to warm up those cold nights throughout the winter. This cocktail is all about the serving. First mix the spirits in the bottom of a brandy sniffer. Next get a small pot of boiling water and place the tea bag on the edge on the serving plate (or on the saucer if appropriate).Next add a cinnamon stick into the liqueurs and garnish with a lemon wedge. Serve to the customer. ...
A great cocktail to warm up those cold nights throughout the winter. This ...
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Mulled pear & cranberry punch
Added About 5 years ago
6 ingredients  
A wonderful wintery alternative to mulled wine, this sloe gin based warming drink is delicious on any cold night. In a large saucepan add the pear cider, cranberry juice, pear juice, sliced vanilla pods and cinnamon sticks, except for the sloe gin and slowly bring to a simmer. Once simmering, leave for a couple of minutes for the flavours to infuse. Remove from the heat, stir in the sloe gin then ...
A wonderful wintery alternative to mulled wine, this sloe gin based warming ...
Rating: 4.45 / 5
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Jean Gabin
Added About 9 years ago
5 ingredients  
Created in 1986 by Charles Schumann, the Jean Gabin is now considered a classic in the cocktail world. First heat up the milk in a pan. While that is going on heat the maple syrup, calvados and dark rum in another (sorry for the washing up). Pour in the hot milk to the syrup, calvados and rum before mixing and serving in an Irish coffee glass. To finish, sprinkle some nutmeg over ...
Created in 1986 by Charles Schumann, the Jean Gabin is now considered a classic ...
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Pumpkin Latte
Added About 7 years ago
5 ingredients  
This recipe is perfect at any Halloween party. The thick, richly spiced latte enriches with the sweetened pumpkin - although if you can find canned pumpkin puree, use this instead and omit the sugar. In a large pan, mix the milk, pumpkin puree, sugar and ground cinnamon. Heat gently, whisking constantly until the mixture just reaches boiling point. Transfer the mixture to three Irish coffee ...
This recipe is perfect at any Halloween party. The thick, richly spiced latte ...
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Calabaza Nog
Added About 7 years ago
5 ingredients  
This recipe was first seen in 'Taste Magazine', published by BC Liquors. First you'll probably need to make the spiced pumpkin syrup:Combine:1 cup of brown sugar1 cup of water½ cup of pumpkin puree1 tbsp each of nutmeg, ginger, allspice, cinnamonOver medium heat until slightly thickened. Remove from the heat and place 1 vanilla pod into the syrup and ...
This recipe was first seen in 'Taste Magazine', published by BC Liquors. First ...
Rating: 4.38 / 5
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Mocha Eggnog Latte
Added About 7 years ago
4 ingredients  
Combine the syrup and espresso in a Irish coffee glass. Fill up the glass with eggnog and top with whipped cream. Sprinkle some nutmeg on top. ...
Combine the syrup and espresso in a Irish coffee glass. Fill up the glass with ...
Rating: 4.32 / 5
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Hot Buttered Rum
Added About 9 years ago
6 ingredients  
Our take on the classic Hot Buttered Rum. Add the butter, sugar, vanilla and the spices into the bottom of a coffee Irish glass. Mix well then add some boiling water with the rum. Give it a good stir to combine then serve.This is a hot drink. ...
Our take on the classic Hot Buttered Rum. Add the butter, sugar, vanilla and the ...
Rating: 4.15 / 5
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Gluhwine
Added About 6 years ago
8 ingredients  
Mulled Wine, called "Glühwein" in German, is a traditional and tasty Christmas drink in Germany and the prefect treat for cold winter days. You can buy mulled wine at every German Christmas market, but how about making your own spiced wine at home? Prep time 5 minutesCook Time 45 minutesTotal Time 50 minutesPour the red wine into a large pot and begin heating over ...
Mulled Wine, called "Glühwein" in German, is a traditional and tasty Christmas ...
Rating: 4.13 / 5
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Peppermint hot chocolate
Added About 5 years ago
5 ingredients  
In a pan add the milk, mint leaves and chocolate and gently heat until the chocolate has melted and combined with the milk. Remove from the heat and stir in the cream. Add some sugar to taste before pouring into a mug or Irish coffee glass. ...
In a pan add the milk, mint leaves and chocolate and gently heat until the ...
Rating: 3.88 / 5
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Hot Apple Toddy
Added About 5 years ago
4 ingredients  
This cider recipe is a wonderful alternative to the classic Mulled Wine. Pre-heat an Irish coffee glass and then coat the base of it in honey. Pour in two ounces of Whiskey and then fill with hot apple cider. Give it a quick stir and then garnish with a cinnamon stick, lemon wedge, and a few whole cloves. ...
This cider recipe is a wonderful alternative to the classic Mulled Wine. ...
Rating: 3.57 / 5
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