Butterscotch schnapps. Ummm, it goes down so well when it is cold out! It's also good over vanilla ice cream...not that I would know!
I also do Bailey's.
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Glogg (or Grog) is Swedish, and I live in a community with strong Swedish roots. There are several older bakeries that still sell the spices. The spices are raisens, cardamon seeds, almonds, orange peel, cinnamon, cloves and probably a couple of other things. The challenge is getting good grain alcohol that won't flavor the wine, so that is where connections to Moonshiners comes in handy.
I start brewing my Glogg in November, and I can't decorate for Christmas without a pot going on the stove. My husband usually makes me open a wondow so I don't get tooo goofy from the fumes. It also comes in handy after shoveling snow, or attempting to spread manure in near blizzard conditions!
"Don't cling to a mistake just because you spent a lot of time making it."
OK, I found my "poison." American Honey is a bourbon-based liquor mixed with honest-to-God HONEY. Made by Wild Turkey, it's quickly become my favorite! It's going in the flask for Opening Hunt for sure!
Wow, is it ever good.....
Tulsa-QH; Schnickelfritz-Holsteiner; Atikus-Danish Warmblood; Buddy-QH/TB; Winston-Shire; Thomas-Percheron/TB; Mac-Belgian Draft, gone but never forgotten
However, a friend of mine from Virginia came out last weekend and we hunted both days with different hunts. She attended to our flask using a favorite potion of her hunt which was Scotch and Butterscotch Schnapps. It was a pleasing blend which resulted in good conversation when shared & empty flask both days.