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Best drink to cure cough and cold

We are going through the winter and rainy season and In this season we get cold and cough. So for this, we have brought a list of the best drinks for you, which will get rid of your problem.

Pepper Ginger Cider :

This hot cocktail is enhanced with bourbon and ginger liqueur. Ground black pepper underlines the subtle burning of ginger. Bring cider and bourbon to a boil in a small saucepan. Add ginger to the liqueur and add lemon juice as per taste. Divide cherries between 2 heatproof glasses or mugs and pour into a cider combination. Sprinkle with black pepper and serve immediately.


Sangria :

Learn about sangria, a refreshing and fruity wine-based drink from Spain. Sangria is a mixed alcoholic drink from Spain. The color of sangria depends on the wine. Red sangria is made from red wine and white sangria is made from white wine.


Jagermeister :

Jagermeisters' ingredients include 56 herbs, fruits, roots, and spices, including citrus peel, licorice, fennel, poppy, saffron, ginger, juniper berry, and ginseng. These ingredients are ground, then immersed in water and alcohol for two to three days.


Bourbon :

Bourbon Cough Syrup basically hot bourbon and lemon juice, with the help of honey piled in. I also cut it with a little water, but that's optional. It's an easy nightcap, steamy and hot, with a sizzling shot of booze to put you to sleep, lemon for the vitamin C, and all that sweet honey to make it easy.


Orchard Toddy :

A traditional toddy is simply hot water, honey or syrup, lemon, and whiskey served hot in a hot mug, perfect for twirling your fingers. But when fresh apple cider is in season, take advantage of it and use it as a warm base for your toddy. A cider toddy with a bit of maple syrup, lemon juice, and the drama of your favorite whiskey is exceptional, yet easy to make at home.

Warm Apple Pie :

Hot apple pie contains honey infused with Calvados, mead, apple juice, lemon juice, and cinnamon. Calvados is a brandy made from apples or pears that hails from Normandy in France, and mead – made from honey, water and yeast – is believed to be one of the oldest alcoholic drinks on Earth.



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