What do you do when you desperately need a Hot Toddy and the lemons in your fridge are at least a month old? In the winter of 2017, instead of walking 50 feet from her apartment to re-up, PUNCH’s Talia Baiocchi grabbed a bottle of Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar—the answer to all that ails—and used it as a replacement. Big ups to necessity being the mother of invention: we’ll never look at the Hot Toddy the same way again.
The Punch A-Z
(n.) This measurement of liquid equals one-fifth of a gallon. In the United States, where Imperial measurements are used in lieu of Metric, liquor was sold in either quarts (one-quarter of a gallon) or fifths (one-fifth of a gallon) until 1980. Today, it is much more common to see bottles sold in liter or 750ml […]More A-Z →