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WONDERFUL...Soothing...Intoxicating! Who can ask for more? I grew up on Russian Lemon Tea with Milk & Honey so this was right up my alley. A friend from Poland suggested adding Whiskey to a sweet black tea when you have a sore throat or are generally feeling sick. It should be sipped while wrapped-up in a warm blanket with your PJ's or some other comfortable clothes. An excellent brew for rainy nights by the fire or to serve to company as a winter aperitif when you are out of Swedish Glugg/mulled wine (wink). Skoal!
I was looking for something to drink that wouldn't knock me out (I get drunk fast!) but that used the liquor we have around the house. I love tea so thought this would be great... I used Nutcracker Sweet tea only used about 1 oz of whiskey and used more sugar and cream. AWESOME!:) Thank you!
I love this tea. I have had it virtually my whole life as this was my mom's 1950's version of night time cold medicine. She used honey as a sweetener and less whiskey (at least for the kids!) Very comforting.
Absolutely wonderful. I've been making this for years, but as a slightly more alcoholic version. I recommend Twining's Irish Breakfast Tea, Jameson Irish Whiskey, Bailey's Irish Cream Liqueur to replace the milk, and Orange Blossom Honey to replace the sugar. Essentially the same thing, smoother with a little bit more of a kick.
Delicious. I had half a bottle of Bushmills on hand that I've had about a year but once I found this recipe the bottle was gone in a little over a week. The recipe doesn't specify but I'd suggest using a dark tea. I love tea and tried a few varieties and favored the Bushmills and spiced chai combo. Great find.
This recipe tasted very Irish. I'm not into strong bitter tastes though and I don't like strong coffee which is what this reminded me of. If I were an old Irish grandpa man I'd probably drink this tea but since I'm a girl in my mid 20's I'm not so into something that isn't really sweet at all. It doesn't really taste like tea either. It is probably meant for a cold night or a morning that you are feeling gruff. I don't know how else to describe it other than to say it reminds me of something the grandpa in the movie "So I Married an Axe Murderer" would drink.