Tea-time meets happy hours with this classic instant tea cocktail that is straightforward, well-balanced and boasts myriad of refreshing flavors that you are bound to enjoy!
1/4 tsp Instant black tea powder
50ml JW Red Label
4 mint leaves
1 inch ginger
2 tsp honey
Pop 3–4 mint leaves into a shaker. Add instant tea powder, Johnnie Walker Red Label, ginger piece, a lime slice, honey and muddle them together. Add ice and shake vigorously until cold. Strain into a glass with 2-3 ice cubes and 3-4 lemon slices. Garnish with mint leaves.
Mixing fruity, herbal teas and alcohol is the trendiest flavor adored by mixologists. It’s fun, exciting and addictive. Try the delectable blend of great flavors in this fashionably refreshing Rangsaa cocktail, which is rich in polyphenols and antioxidants, that help protect your ticker.
1 tsp Rangsaa Levitate
1/2 cup fresh pomegranate juice
40 ml vodka
This cocktail infuses pomegranate juice with surprising flavors of tea. Start by making the tea concoction. Brew 1 tsp Rangsaa levitate in 1/2 cup pre-boiled water for 30 minutes.To enhance the flavors of the martini, refrigerate the brewed tea for 3-4 hours before you make your drink. While your tea is brewing squeeze out some fresh pomegranate juice and keep aside.
Before you make your drink, first run a lime wedge around the outside of the rim of your glass and roll it in salt. To make your drink, combine vodka, pomegranate juice, tea concoction and juice of one lemon in a cocktail shaker over ice, and shake. Pour into a chilled cocktail glass and enjoy this beauty.
In the history of alcohol drinking, there’s never been a better time to get your mojo on with “healthy” cocktails. Bartenders, inspired by the juice bars and farm-to-table trend, are mixing up delicious drinks with all natural ingredients. Here’s a Rangsaa recipe that maintains your muscle and tissue health, while you enjoy an awesome drink!
1 tsp Rangsaa Maximus
30 ml Absolut Vodka
1/2 cup crushed ice
1/2 cup sliced pineapple
Start by making the cold brew. Infuse one tsp of Rangsaa Maximus in 200 ml pre-boiled water for 10 minutes. Once cool, refrigerate the mix for an hour. When ready, first run a lime wedge around the outside of the rim of your glass and roll it in salt. Then, fill half the glass with crushed ice, add pineapple and top it with tea. Stir well. Your drink is ready!
Any time when you want a drink with a total body boost.
Bring about four cups of water to a boil. Add tea and let it brew for 10 minutes. Once cool, add honey, stir the mixture and refrigerate. On the side, get your peaches ready. Cut the peaches in thin slices and refrigerate. When all your add ons are ready, it’s cocktail time. For each cocktail, pour 1/2 cup iced tea on the rocks. Add 40 ml JD, 1/2 tsp lemon juice and 1/2 cup peach slices and stir. Garnish with mint. Serve and enjoy!
We favor Johnnie Walker Black Label because it’s vibrant, bold, smoky and aromatic qualities blend really well in tea cocktails. Here’s a simple and quick recipe with Rangsaa Levitate, that is delicious and a great way to savor the classic spirit.
KEY INGREDIENTS 50 ml Johnnie Walker Black Label 1 tsp Rangsaa Levitate 1 inch ginger slice 1 Lemon
Begin with making the 100ml tea base. Add rangsaa levitate in pre-boiled water and brew for about 10 minutes, and strain it. Once cool, refrigerate the base for an hour. To make your drink, fill a glass with ice cubes. Add black label, ginger slice and stir. Top up with infused tea base and garnish with a lemon wedge.
The days are getting warmer and we are in dire need to have a reviving drink, especially on a Sunday afternoon. Try this chilled cocktail – a beautiful blend of tea, beer, lemon and herbs for a mellow-yellow-sunday refresher.
Depending on the servings, keep an approximation of one part tea and one part beer. To make the tea mixture, boil water with cinnamon for 5 minutes. Add tea leaves and honey to pre-boiled water, mix it and let it brew for 4 minutes. Once cool, refrigerate the mixture. To make the drinks, add juice of half lemon in each glass, add ice, tea mixture and top it with chilled beer. Garnish with lemon slices and mint leaves.
When fun, party and beer is on your mind!
Honestly if you are given a choice between Armegeddon and TEA, you don’t say ‘what kind of tea?’ – Neil Gaiman
This Jasmine tea infused cocktail is yum, quick and easy to make. It’s floral, citrus, sweet and sour flavours make it a perfect drink for warm weather. The jasmine tea infused vodka would have everyone asking you at the party – what’s in it? So, get the ingredients on and try this interesting tea cocktail.
KEY INGREDIENTS (approx 4 servings) 4 tsp loose leaf jasmine tea 1 part vodka 2 parts pineapple juice 1 cinnamon stick 1 lemon sliced
Add 4 tsp of jasmine tea and a cinnamon stick to pre-boiled water and let it steep for 20 mins. Strain out leaves and let it cool and refrigerate for few hours. Place all the ingredients in a mixer and add crushed ice. Shake vigorously, strain and pour in glasses. Garnish with lemon peel. Sip it and let me know how it turned out.
When you are in a fun state of mine or you simply feel like having vodka.
“Drinking tea with a pinch of imagination!” – 50 Ways to Drink Tea
This is one of my favorite tea recipes for summer- it’s my refreshing Spice Tea Sangria. It has beautiful notes of many flavors of herbs, fruits and cinnamon, with refreshing and citrousy aftertaste.
KEY INGREDIENTS 3 Tbsp Black Tea (Black tea is preferred in infusions, as it goes well with strong flavors of fruits and spices) 2 Cinnamon sticks 3 Sliced Oranges 1 cup Sliced Peaches 1 cup Sliced Strawberries 3 Sliced Lemons Mint leaves Organic Sugar Red Wine (Optional)
In a teapot or jar, add tea leaves to pre-boiled water and steep for 4 minutes. Strain out leaves and let tea cool to room temperature, then chill in the refrigerator for several hours or overnight. Combine all ingredients in a large pitcher. Top it with lots of mint leaves. Pour into ice-filled glasses. Makes 5 to 6 servings. Also, you can use oolong tea instead of black tea, if desired. Choose a lightly oxidized/fermented oolong to complement the sangria’s fruity, spicy flavors.
Summer parties along with summer dresses, with good music and company. It’s simple and perfect for moments when you want to surprise someone, give them some tea inspiration or just party away the summer!