The classic hot toddy gets a Wenatchee twist with this recipe using Pybus Spice tea from our friends at Cha Fine Teas. This spicy, fruity drink will warm you up after a day spent out in the elements.



1 teaspoon Cha Fine Teas Pybus Spice Tea, in teabag or infuser spoon

8-10 oz boiling water

1 tablespoon D’Olivo Raspberry Dark Balsamic Vinegar

1.5 oz brandy our bourbon

Honey to taste



In a mug, stir together hot water, D’Olivo Raspberry Balsamic, and brandy. Place tea (in teabag or infuser spoon) in balsamic mixture and steep for 3-5 minutes. Use honey to sweeten to taste.

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