Apple Cider Hot Toddy

Apple Cider Hot Toddy Recipe

There is just something about warm apple cider that screams Fall to me! Add a little bourbon, citrus and spices and I am ready for a perfect Fall afternoon. Today I am sharing a family favorite recipe for an Apple Cider Hot Toddy. This is a perfect Fall cocktail to serve for an afternoon gathering. You can make a big batch in a pot on the stove (or slow cooker) and keep it warm all day. It not only tastes good, but the house will smell delightful! Fresh or unfiltered apple cider would make this warm cocktail even that much more delicious. I love this spin on the classic Hot Toddy. I cannot wait to make a big pot of Apple Cider Hot Toddies for this Thanksgiving!

Read more for the full recipe…

Apple Cider Hot Toddy Recipe

Ingredients (Makes 2 – 3 drinks)

  • 10 ounces good apple cider
  • 4 (or 5) ounces bourbon
  • 2 tsp fresh lemon juice
  • 2 tsp fresh orange juice
  • 1 T honey
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 2 star of anise

Mix the apple cider, cinnamon and star of anise in a sauce pan. Bring to low boil. Turn down heat, simmer for 10 – 15 minutes. Add honey and stir. Add bourbon and fresh lemon and fresh orange juice. Pour into mugs or glasses. You can garnish the glasses with an apple or lemon wedge.

Apple Cider Hot Toddy Recipe

Apple Cider Hot Toddy Recipe

Apple Cider Hot Toddy Recipe

Apple Cider Hot Toddy Recipe

Photos by Sara Albers.

 

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