Saturday, August 1, 2015

How to make an Odd Hottie

We're all familiar with the Hot Toddy. Good Dog bartender Nemanya Popovich decided to put his own spin on it.

How to make an Odd Hottie

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The Odd Toddy is a Good Dog Bar original cocktail created by bartender Nemanya Popovich. ( Hillary Petrozziello / Staff Photographer )
The Odd Toddy is a Good Dog Bar original cocktail created by bartender Nemanya Popovich. ( Hillary Petrozziello / Staff Photographer )

We’re all familiar with the Hot Toddy. Good Dog (224 S 15th St.) bartender Nemanya Popovich decided to put his own spin on it.

“The hot toddy is usually made with dark teas,” Popovich said. “When you’re a bartender you’re allowed to break the rules.

Popovich substitutes a regular tea bag with a mint chamomile tea. “I thought something a little sweeter might work,” he said.

 


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GOOD DOG ODD HOTTIE

What you’ll need:

St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur

Honey simply syrup

Stravinsky Vodka

Mint chamomile tea (or other preferred light tea)

1) Combine 1/2 oz. of St. Germain's Elderflower Liqueur with 1/2 oz. of honey simple syrup.

2) Pour St. Germain's Elderflower Liquer, honey simply syrup mixture into glass.

3) Add 1 oz. of Stravinsky vodka.

4) Fill glass with hot water.

5) Add mint chamomile tea bag.

6) Peel lemon, squeeze zest and drop into glass.

Photos by: Hillary Petrozziello / Staff Photographer

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