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Toddy
Drinks

Spirit such as whisky with hot water, sugar, lemon and sometimes spices such as cloves.

Known in England at least since the 1788 'Grose Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue'; "Toddy, originally the juice of the cocoa tree, and afterwards rum, water, sugar, and nutmeg."


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