A Mixologist’s Guide to Amazing Tea-Infused Cocktails
Seventy-five unique cocktail recipes featuring the hottest trend in mixology—tea!
In classy bars and cocktail lounges across America, tea is making a big splash. Absolut has launched a line of tea-infused vodka, companies such as Owl’s Brew are springing up with teas crafted specifically as cocktail mixers, and foodie magazines such as Saveur and Food & Wine are featuring hot chai toddies and gin-spiked iced teas. Here organic tea company Teatulia partners with Gehring to provide a stunning collection of hot and cold tea cocktail recipes sure to impress any mixologist or tea lover. Learn how to balance the unique flavors of herbal and black teas with just the right spirits to create drinks such as:
Rooibos Berry Daiquiri
Spiked lemonade with thyme
Dark and stormy with ginger tea
Chai white Russian
Jasmine green tea julep
Yerba mate smoky martini
Riesling jasmine hot toddy
And many more!
Teatulia brings to the book the same passion they bring to their teas, which are grown in a single USDA-certified organic garden in northern Bangladesh and sold across the United States and Canada. With beautiful photographs and easy-to-follow instructions, this is the perfect gift for the bartender, budding mixologist, or tea enthusiast in your life.
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