Yield: Makes 1 cocktail
Adding an aromatic tea to a hot toddy gives it an extra dimension of warmth and complexity. If you can get smoked Earl Grey, the effect is insane, but regular Earl Grey is great as well. Adding a small taste of an amaro like Averna goes really well here and adds a bit of depth to the drink.
Recipes reprinted from Twenty Dinners. Copyright © 2015 BY Ithai Schori and Chris Taylor. Photos by Nicole Franzen. Published by Clarkson Potter/Publishers, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.
So delicious and comforting! Used Lady Gray for the tea, brandy for the liquor, and Campari for the amaro. Seems very versatile and I'll play around with this a lot depending on flavor mood.
This was delicious. I didn't have any smoked Earl Grey or amaro, so regular Earl, plus some apricot brandy that I had sitting around. I am sure my version was more fruity than intended, but it was still a very comforting, cozy drink.
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