Stone’s Hot Toddy

The Stone’s fascination with ginger dates back to 1740 at the old Finsbury Distillery, in London. Alongside flourishing gin production, majestic mill stone’s crushed glorious ginger for our delectable Stone’s Original Green Ginger Wine. Recognising the extraordinary power of ginger, Joseph began selling the distillery’s drinks under his own name. Made then, as it is today, Stone’s Ginger Wine is one of Britain’s best known drinks. The unique versatility of the world’s most famous ginger wine makes for a perfect winter accompaniment. Whether it’s used to give the Christmas pudding a pop or mixed with whisky and apple juice, it’s the ultimate festive tipple.

Stone's Hot Toddy

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  • 50ml Whisky
  • 50ml Stone’s Ginger Wine
  • 3tsp honey
  • 1 cinnamon stick, snapped in half
  • 1 lemon, half juiced and half sliced
  • 2 cloves



  • Whisk the Stone’s Ginger Wine, whisky and honey together and split between 2 heatproof glasses. Add half of the cinnamon stick to each, and then top up with 200ml boiling water.
  • Add a splash of lemon juice to each, then taste and add more to your preference. Finish each with a slice of lemon, studded with a clove, and serve immediately.

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