|Ingredients||Vanilla, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, spices|
|Net weight||100 g|
|Storage / Use||Serve it hot in front of the fireplace on windy nights or iced on the terrace on beautiful summer evenings.
Boil 1/2 litre (2 cups) water, 2 cups cider, 1 tbsp grog mix, a strip of lime zest, a strip of meon zest, a slice of fresh ginger and 2 tbsp cane sugar. Infuse, covered, for 15 mins. Add 1 tbsp rum and a squeeze of lime juice. Filter through a fine strainer.
Keep away from light.
|Price incl. tax||€24.50|
Spice blend for grogs and hot toddies. Combine with cider, rum and orange zest for a seafarer grog.
Olivier Rœllinger's words
In the old days, the men who sailed the South Seas took cider rather than water. In the tropics, they celebrated their arrival with a drink made of cider – at least, what was left of it – rum and spices. Upon their return to Brittany and Normandy, they celebrated again, drinking this grog like a hyphen in the heart to shrink the Atlantic and forget their suffering.