Saturday, 22 April 2017

Gin cocktails with eteaket Tea


When I think of tea, I think of a warm mug of English breakfast tea with a dash of milk on a cold Winter morning. So when I found out that eteaket was teaming up with Isle of Harris Distillers to create a limited edition Gin Tea I was very intrigued. I not only love experimenting with cocktails but gin is always my go-to drink at the weekend. So I decided to experiment with some Gin tea cocktails for a few friends when they come round for a girls night this week. It was super simple and something a little bit special and different which is always fun!


Ingredients

1 lemon/lime
25ml of soda water
10ml of triple sec
Ice for serving
Strawberries to garnish

Method

1. In a jug mix together 200ml of Isle of Harris Gin Tea Blend with 50ml of Isle of Harris Gin and leave for 3-4 minutes 

2. Serve the blend over ice

3. Add 25ml of soda water

4. Add 10ml of triple sec

5. A squeeze of lime 


6. Garnish with fruit




The Isle of Harris Gin Tea is a tasteful blend of Juniper, Coriander, Orange Peel, Liquorice Root, Cassia Bark and Sugar Kelp which makes for a delicious distinct and unique flavour. The combination of flavours paired with the gin is an amazing after dinner treat and is perfect for any gin lover. 


If you love experimenting with cocktails and love herbal teas this is the recipe for you. Head along to the eteaket Concept store at 41 Frederick Street, Edinburgh to pick up the ingredients or on the eteaket and Isle of Harris Gin websites to pick up the ingredients. 

L x

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11 comments

  1. Great recipe. I love experimenting with cocktails so will try this.

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  2. The gin tea does sound really interesting. Thanks for sharing

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  3. This sounds absolutely wonderful. The gin tea is definitely going on my shopping list for my next visit to Edinburgh...

    Your photos are gorgeous too!

    Lis / last year's girl x

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  4. This sounds absolutely lovely, gin is one of my favourite spirits too and I'm always up for experimentation x

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  5. This sounds fab! I love gin so would love to give this a go! x

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  6. This is such an interesting concept! You can't beat a good cocktail ♥

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  7. These sound very interesting! I'm not a massive fan of gin, but I love tea. Do you think I'd enjoy it? :)

    Louise x

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  8. Oooh these sound great, I should really try and make more handmade cocktails! xo

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  9. I really have a soft spot for cocktails, especially when they're presented in a pretty way with fruit on top like you did. Love love!

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