Warm Up With A Hot Sunrise Ginger Toddy

Sunrise Ginger Syrup Hot ToddyFebruary is the season of cold outdoors, which can cause colds indoors as well.  Your Sunrise Ginger Toddy would do the trick by breaking up that chest cold, relieving those sniffles, and getting you back out the door again.  Ginger root is used today to provide relief for symptoms of many gastrointestinal problems including motion sickness, dizziness, nausea, heartburn, and gas. It can also relieve arthritis pain, menstrual discomfort, headaches, fevers from flu and colds and sore throats.

Although it is not best to drink whiskey if you are nauseated or experience loss of appetite, your own Kentucky bourbon should battle most cold and cough symptoms.

Once heated and mixed, this Ginger Toddy treat will express dramatic aroma and taste, sure to ease the ill or relax the weary.  Unwind with friends by making your very own Sunrise Ginger rum, bourbon or other mixed drink.

Ingredients2 to 3 ounces bourbon1 ounce honey1/2 ounce Sunrise Ginger Syrup1/2 ounce freshly squeezed lemon   juice DirectionsWarm the whiskey,   honey, ginger syrup, and lemon juice   in a small saucepan   until honey dissolves and the drink is hot, but not boiling. Pour into a   large snifter  or mug. Serve.

Recipes adapted from:  (Copyright (c) 2004 Television Food Network, G.P., All Rights Reserved.)

Comments

  1. wanildo says:

    I teach Pilates, so I am constantly taiknlg for hours a day… and by constant, I mean I just about literally don’t shut up! I want each person to get the fullest out of the class. (When I teach I don’t do the class, I tell you what to do.) So when cold season comes, and my voice starts to disappear, I just can’t have it. My solution: half a shot of Jack Daniels and a spoonful of honey in my Licorice tea (no it doesn’t taste like those licorice jellybeans, it is in fact delicious and known for soothing your throat)! I have been told that I should use lemon juice too, but the concoction is already interesting enough and works. I still get a kick out of the fact that it is socially acceptable to put bourbon in your drink when you are sick haha

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