1. Gimme S’more
This calls for making your own “Graham Cracker Liquor” (rum + cinnamon + honey), which seems worth doing regardless of final destination. Get the recipe at Bon Appétit.
2. Apple Spiced Bourbon Toddies
Please note this very important ingredient: “4 pats butter.” Please ignore the word “optional.” Get the recipe at Leite’s Culinaria.
4. Honey-Bourbon Hot Toddy
A lovely basic toddy with magical cold-fighting properties. Get the recipe at Bon Appétit.
5. Hot Honey Lemon With Vodka
The great thing is that you can basically take any warm cozy drink and then [insert dramatic pause] ADD VODKA. Get the recipe at Global Table Adventure.
6. Warm Cider And Rum Punch
Punch: for when one mug is not enough. Get the recipe at Martha Stewart.
7. Hot Spiced Wine
Perfect for times when you want to feel like the Lord of Winterfell, i.e., all the time. Get the recipe at Leite’s Culinaria.
8. Hot Chocolate & Whiskey
You can get the recipe at The Kitchn or just, you know, pour some whiskey in your hot chocolate. As you do.
9. Spiced Pumpkin Cider
Have your pie and drink it too! Get the recipe at She Knows.
10. New Amsterdam Toddy
Hello, and welcome to Toddies 201: Aromatic Additives and Their Impact on Modern Toddy Culture. Today, we’ll be discussing cardamom, lavender, and ginger. Get the recipe at Serious Eats.
11. Spiced Apple Wassail
Make sure you yell “WASSAIL!” before every time you take a sip. Get the recipe at Civilized Caveman Cooking.
13. Dirty Chai Toddy
This includes how to DIY your own chai tea mix but you could also be a less ambitious human and use your favorite kind that comes in a bag. Get the recipe at Food52.
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