Scotland, the homeland of whisky, is usually pretty chilly all year round. Perhaps that's why they're home to the hot toddy—a drink the Scots created to warm their bodies when they came down with a cold. Some doctors even recommend a glass of this instead of prescription cough syrup. The best part is that it’s really easy to make. Dissolve some honey with boiling water in a mug and, then top it off with whisky. Add some lemon or cinnamon as a garnish to give it a deeper aroma. Those who are not too familiar with drinking whisky might want to give this a try at a place in Seorae Village. The moment you step into Rivington Social, your eyes will dart towards the massive collection of whiskies. The bartender explains the traditions and different recipes about this healthy drink with such vivacity that watching his passion is just as warming as the drink!
|Venue name:||Rivington Social|
79, Donggwang-ro 39-gil
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 19:00~02:00|
|Price:||Hot toddy (depending on the base) starting from 20,000 won.|