Hot toddy

  interzone55 21:32 29 Sep 2010
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As I'm suffering from a bad dose of man flu I decided to make myself a nice hot toddy, but all I have in the whiskey department is a bottle of 25 year old Highland Park.

Is it really wrong to add this to hot water, honey & lemon?

  wiz-king 21:38 29 Sep 2010

Yes!

  sunnystaines 21:42 29 Sep 2010

black tea with cayenne pepper

  peter99co 21:43 29 Sep 2010

Be a real man and drink it neat or sip it slowly.

  skeletal 21:44 29 Sep 2010

Yes it is, but I would do it anyway. The thing is, don’t tell anyone, and they will be none the wiser. This forum is strictly private, so you’ll be OK...

Skeletal

  interzone55 21:57 29 Sep 2010

off course I normally drink it with a dribble of room temperature tap water, but fancied a hot toddy, but I've run out of cheaper malt so I've just got this Highland Park which cost my boss about £150...

  peter99co 22:10 29 Sep 2010

Explain your predicament to your boss. He may send a 12 year old bottle to help you over the worst of it.

  Bingalau 22:50 29 Sep 2010

You can't take it with you if you go. So drink the bloody stuff now.

  spuds 22:56 29 Sep 2010

Buy a bottle of discounted supermarket whiskey, make and drink your toddy.

Make the second toddy with the dearer stuff, then see if you can tell the difference.

I doubt it ;O))

  Forum Editor 23:18 29 Sep 2010

to add this to hot water, honey & lemon?"

Of course it's not 'wrong' - a 25 year old whisky isn't sacrosanct, it's a drink, and it's yours to do with as you wish. I always get a little irritated when I hear people talking in hushed, reverent voices about vintage whiskies.

  Woolwell 23:31 29 Sep 2010

Isn't whisky Scottish and whiskey Irish?

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