The case of Vonlee Titlow, who was accused of murdering her uncle Donald Rogers, can get cold.
But we here at Martinis & Murder have a drink to warm you right back up again.
This spiked cider is something you’ll want to make all winter to keep you warm and cozy by the fire — and it smells so good it almost brought host John Thrasher to tears.
It uses Tullamore Dew’s seasonally-available Cider Cask Finish. It’s Irish whiskey that is then finished in hard cider casks to give it more fruity apple notes.
Here’s how to make it:
2 ounces Tullamore D.E.W. Cider Cask
1/2 ounce honey
Hot apple juice or cider
Cinnamon sticks, apple wedges and cloves for garnish
Add first two ingredients to a pre-heated mug, stir well and fill with hot apple juice/apple cider. Garnish with a cinnamon stick, apple wedge and cloves.
Sip while listening to the case and finding out Vonlee’s incredibly unique motive:
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