Rock‘N Fish Manhattan Beach – Rock’n Hot Toddy
According to General Manager of Rock‘N Fish Manhattan Beach (www.rocknfishmb.com) Gerry Martel, “Our version is a little more traditional and if it doesn’t cure what ails you, at least it might help you forget whatever it is — or was!”
Into a glass mug, filled with hot boiled water, add an Earl Grey black tea bag and let it steep a bit. Stir in agave syrup, Grand Marnier and Brandy. Garnish with an orange twist and serve.
Zinc@Shade – Southern California Hot Toddy
Manhattan Beach’s premier luxury boutique hotel and its on-site zinc@shade restaurant (www.shadehotel.com) share how to prepare their South Bay twist on a cold weather classic.
2 oz Bulleit Bourbon
6 oz hot water
2 drops of honey
2 tsp. lemon juice
1 bag Passion Tea
Who do we thank for this delicious winter brew? Hot toddies originated in Scotland sometime during the 18th century. While traditional Hot Toddies were made with tea, those rules no longer apply and we’re seeing Toddies made with more coffee, cocoa, and apple cider.
How are you going to celebrate National Hot Toddy Day?