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How To Make A Blue Blazer Style Hot Toddy

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The Blue Blazer was invented by Jerry Thomas while he worked at the El Dorado in San Francisco. It might not be the earliest known heated alcoholic beverage but it's preparation is very unique. This version is essentially a Hot Toddy done Blue Blazer style. After a few practice rounds, (BE CAREFUL!) this is a great drink to bring behind the bar or to impress your friends at home. Don't forget to make your Old Fashioned Simple Syrup first.
Ingredients
  Water 3 Ounce, boiling
  Overproof rum 30 Milliliter
  Maker's 46 30 Milliliter
  Cognac 30 Milliliter
  Angostura bitters 4 Dash
  Old fashioned simple syrup 30 Milliliter
  Cinnamon 1⁄4 Teaspoon
Directions

MAKING
1. In a large metal mug, add boiling water.
2. Add remaining ingredients to another mug and ignite with fire.
3. Slowly begin rolling the alcoholic ingredients and the water back and forth from one mug to another.
4. As you roll the drink, position your mugs and farther and farther apart vertically to increase the length of the flame.
5. Once thoroughly mixed, add cinnamon and quickly cap one mug with the other to snuff the flame.

SERVING
6. Serve in a goblet or snifter with a slice of lemon.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Medium
Cuisine: 
American
Course: 
Wine And Drink
Taste: 
Sweet
Method: 
Mixing
Drink: 
Cocktail, Alcohol
Interest: 
Winter, Party
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Servings: 
1
How about a hot drink to warm you up on a cold winter night. Watch this video of Hot Toddy Blue Blazer style and you will love it. This is a great drink to bring behind the bar or to impress your friends at home. The flowing flame will create quite a buzz. But be careful it's hot!

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