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Ask Austin's Houston Eaves, of Contigo, and Houston’s Alex Gregg, of Anvil Bar & Refuge, when’s the best time to have a hot toddy and they'll answer the same: right stinkin' now.

It’s these cold, gray and sometimes drizzly days that make for toddy-drinking weather. Historically a hot toddy — a mixed alcoholic drink made with whiskey, hot water and sugar — was thought to cure a cold. And while it may not actually have that power, it does do a good job of removing winter cold from your bones and making you forget the less-than-stellar weather.

Gregg, one of the toddy geniuses at Anvil Bar & Refuge, approaches toddies as an adult version of his childhood favorite of hot chocolate and marshmallows —


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