Move Over, Pumpkin Spice Latte: Meet the Not-So-Hot Toddy

With so many foodies and cocktail enthusiasts on the Jacksonville Mom team, we feel like it’s only fair to start our ultimate fall drink recipe, and we’re not talking anything pumpkin spice. Oh, and don’t worry, we won’t add a 13-chapter life story before each one. Without further ado, here is a twist on the O.G. Hot Toddy recipe featuring a fall favorite — apple cider.

Fall in the ‘Bourbs (or Not-So-Hot Toddy)

Ingredients:
1 tsp. Bourbon Honey from Stubbees
4 dashes of Black Walnut Bitters
3 oz. of bourbon
5–6 oz. of Apple Cider
Splash of champagne
Apple slice and cinnamon stick for garnish

Directions: In a mixing glass filled with ice, add honey, bourbon, bitters, and apple cider and stir. Strain into a glass filled with ice. Top with a splash of champagne. Add in the apple and cinnamon stick to garnish. Makes two drinks or one large with no judgment.

Allie has been with the Jacksonville Mom team since 2017. After a few life changes, she moved with her two daughters and dog down to Florida to start over again. Always up for a margarita and tacos, and some sarcastic humor, Allie likes to find the funny in her everyday life, share her thoughts on everyday topics, and give you some great recommendations on what and where to eat.

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