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Favourite Winter hot drink?

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I'd like to hear what you like.     

 

One of my favourites is Rum & Bonox with butter.   One teaspoon of Bonox (beef tea), one of butter, one nip of rum and hot water and salt to taste.   Different rums can be used - such as spiced rum, for something different.

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Irish Coffee.

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2 minutes ago, Batty said:

Irish Coffee.

Do you make it nice and layered, or just add whisky to a normal coffee? :) 

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Italian style hot chocolate (rich, dark, thick) with a splash of Grand Marnier.

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17 minutes ago, GregWormald said:

Italian style hot chocolate (rich, dark, thick) with a splash of Grand Marnier.

 

Had to google Italian style hot choclate.  mmmm yum but not a diet thing :)    Sounds great

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2 hours ago, aussievintage said:

One teaspoon of Bonox (beef tea), one of butter, one nip of rum and hot water and salt to taste. 

I've used a similar mixture to clean rust off old tools  🤣

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5 minutes ago, pwstereo said:

I've used a similar mixture to clean rust off old tools  🤣

A doubter?  Just try it on a cold Winter's morning sometime :) 

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I became a big fan of irish coffee after having one nightly for a few months while working in northern ireland many years ago.      They're a regular at our place.

 

I also used to like a similar drink but haven't made it in years .   A galliano hot shot.      Galliano, + a short of strong coffee + cream,    layered in a double shot glass and drunk in one hit.  

 

 

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Just now, manchu said:

I became a big fan of irish coffee after having one nightly for a few months while working in northern ireland many years ago.      They're a regular at our place.

 

I also used to like a similar drink but haven't made it in years .   A galliano hot shot.      Galliano, + a short of strong coffee + cream,    layered in a double shot glass and drunk in one hit.  

 

 

 That sounds good too.   I am going to have fun trying a few of these.

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3 hours ago, aussievintage said:

Do you make it nice and layered, or just add whisky to a normal coffee? :) 

Normally I have just the Whisky :)

 

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17 minutes ago, Batty said:

Normally I have just the Whisky :)

 

good call 👍

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Double espresso, black withh sugar and a splash of rum or bourbon. Whichever spirit takes my fancy at the time, but currently more often it's Elijah Craig Small batch. hic..

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5 minutes ago, bob_m_54 said:

Double espresso, black withh sugar and a splash of rum or bourbon. Whichever spirit takes my fancy at the time, but currently more often it's Elijah Craig Small batch. hic..

simple but effective :) 

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Just now, aussievintage said:

simple but effective :) 

The EC at 94proof is very effective LOL

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