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Traditional Hot Toddy

a perfect drink for the changing seasons

Recipe Courtesy of Alexandra Fairweather 

"Kickoff the changing seasons and warm up on a cool, fall evening with a traditional and comforting hot toddy. Use seasonal ingredients like cinnamon sticks and Hottie Tottie’s low sugar, low calorie green tea lemon honey for a healthy version." 


About Alexandra Fairweather 

Founder Alexandra Fairweather grew up on Shelter Island, a breathtaking island off the coast of eastern Long Island. At only 14 years old, she began producing documentary films with her first documentary film, HEAARTBEAT, on her late-stepfather, world-renowned artist John Chamberlain. After working on the film for 7 years, the film went on to premiere at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. Upon graduation in 2012, Alexandra launched her magazine Fairweather, an internationally distributed print and digital luxury lifestyle magazine that passionately curates the best in art, design, fashion, travel, and culture. She is known for interviewing legends and influencers and passionately curating what’s on her radar. 

Most recently, the idea for Hottie Tottie came when Alexandra was entertaining in her country kitchen on Shelter Island; she was crafting delicious organic drinks using the best ingredients and since she loves hosting parties, she knew that there was a need for a different kind of juice & tea line, one that could also make cocktails. At the same time, as an advocate and supporter of healthy food, she knew that she wanted her products to be organic and have no artificial ingredients. When she interviewed environmental activist Laurie David about her new film, Fed Up, about America’s child obesity problem, Alexandra was even more determined to make a positive impact on the health of society and the environment. 

In the Spring of 2016, Alexandra and her incredible team officially launched Hottie Tottie, a line of delicious organic juices & teas. The demand has been incredible as consumers love that the drinks are organic, OU kosher, low in sugar/calories and have no artificial ingredients. Today, the brand is already in 50 locations throughout NYC and the Hamptons, as well as select hotels and restaurants. The drinks have also already been featured at events throughout NYC and the Hamptons. 


For the Traditional Hot Toddy

  • 2 Bottles (11.4 ounces) Green Tea, such as Hottie Tottie Green Tea Lemon Honey
  • 1 Tablespoon honey
  • 1/2 Cup lemon juice, fresh
  • 8 Cinnamon sticks


For the Traditional Hot Toddy

In a small saucepan, bring the Hottie Tottie Green Tea Lemon Honey to a boil. Remove from the heat and stir in the honey until dissolved. Stir in the lemon juice. Set a cinnamon stick in each of 8 mugs or heatproof glasses, pour in the hot liquid and serve.

Nutritional Facts
Calories Per Serving834
Vitamin A0.4µgN/A
Vitamin C7mg12%
Vitamin K0.8µg1%
Folate (food)9µgN/A
Folate equivalent (total)9µg2%
Niacin (B3)0.4mg1.9%
Riboflavin (B2)0.1mg6.3%
Sugars, added223gN/A