|2 pints||Boiling water|
|1||Bottle Scotch whisky|
|2 fluid ounce||Scotch whisky|
|⅜ pint||Hot water|
|1 tablespoon||Sugar to taste; (1 to 2)|
|1 pinch||Mace; or to taste|
Peel lemons finely, squeeze out juice, put peel and juice in large jug with sugar.
Pour boiling water over, leave until cold.
Strain into large bowl, add bottle of Scotch whisky, stirring well.
Chill for at least 1 hour, serve.
Toddy: Peel circle of peel, about one inch wide from lemon.
Add hot water, lemon peel, sugar, mace to glass, stir.
Add whisky, stir.
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NOTES : Whisky is believed by many Scots to be an essential part of the Scottish shopping basket and considered to be a specific for many ailments.
It warms in winter, cools in summer and is without doubt a sovereign remedy for toothache! Whisky punch is served cold, while whisky toddy is always served hot.
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