According to a study done by toddy, cold-brewed coffee is 67 percent less acidic than hot-brewed.
Tourist (who has been refreshing himself with the toddy of the Country).
The supper had been good, the tobacco was good, and the toddy was good.
Here of an evening for years and years the old men of the place used to sit and gossip and smoke and sip their toddy.
His "toddy" splashed the back log, causing a tremendous sizzle.
Akuy nagtàhung ug kawit dihà sa palwa, I was the one that hung a toddy container over the palm frond.
Colonel Clark roared with laughter, thereby spilling some of his toddy.
Civets, the mungoose (Herpestes), and toddy cats (Paradoxurus) are only found at the lower elevations.
Clark was close-lipped once, not given to levity and—to toddy.
He took his toddy very sadly, finding no exhilaration in it.
1610s, alteration of taddy (1610s), tarrie (c.1600) "beverage made from fermented palm sap," from Hindi tari "palm sap" (in which the -r- sounds close to an English -d-), from tar "palm tree," from Sanskrit tala-s, probably from a Dravidian language (cf. Kannada tar, Telugu tadu). Meaning "beverage made of alcoholic liquor with hot water, sugar, and spices" first recorded 1786.