Tea Cocktails: The Trendy Beverage Revolutionizing Happy Hour

With the #TikTokers thankfully bringing back the trend of tea cocktails by giving the classic cup of tea a herbal boozy twist and the hashtag #teacocktail has already garnered 1.4 million views (and counting), showcasing a wide array of tea-infused alcoholic beverages that are both surprising and delicious-looking.
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The trendy world of Tea cocktails

The era of traditional cocktails has taken a backseat, and it is no longer confined to a blend of spirits, mixers, and a few standard ingredients. This is now a thing of the past. Today, tea has made its mark as a versatile and flavourful addition to the mixology world, unlocking a myriad of exciting possibilities. By incorporating high-quality, premium teas, you can craft unique and memorable tea-based cocktails that transform classic drinks, elevating them to new heights. Tea-infused cocktails have become the latest trend, making their mark from social media feeds to swanky bars.
Hannah Chamberlain, known for her handcrafted drink videos on social media under the handle @spiritedla, has crafted vibrant tea cocktails. Her creations include a red jasmine green tea and blueberry paloma, as well as an earl grey old fashioned. The latter features an earl grey syrup, bourbon, orange bitters, and a lemon garnish.
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Jin Jiji Darjeeling
Teas particularly have seen a new found fancy at the bar and from the Matcha in a gin-based cocktail and Chamomile in single malt-based cocktail to floral teas and more. Ansh Khanna - Co-Founder Peak Spirits (Jin Jiji) talking about the evolution of tea cocktails in the market adds “Many of us are not aware of the role tea has played in the history of the cocktail. Before the era of the individually mixed drink, 18th and 19th-century imbibers in Western Europe were all about the punch bowl. Not to miss that tea is an often misunderstood as a cocktail ingredient. It can easily be overwhelmed by assertive mixers or bombard a drink with excess tannin. If you follow a few simple methods, however, and don't mind some experimentation, teas, and herbs can be used in a wonderful range of drinks with beguiling flavours and aromas. Since 2022, the tea-infused cocktails are slowly becoming a trend with the crisp, clear taste of premium tea. Indian high-end conceptual restaurants & bars in the US seem to embrace the tea category with dedicated tea cocktails on their menus. However, tea cocktails are primarily listed in geeky cocktail bars being experimental”.
With the #TikTokers thankfully bringing back the trend of tea cocktails by giving the classic cup of tea a herbal boozy twist, here’s the iconic Earl Grey Old Fashioned and Bourbon Sweet Tea—just a couple of concoctions showcasing this popular social media trend. The hashtag #teacocktail has already garnered 1.4 million views (and counting), showcasing a wide array of tea-infused alcoholic beverages that are both surprising and delicious-looking. Herbal teas are having their moment in the cocktail scene! With their rich and diverse flavors, herbal teas make an excellent pairing with various alcohols
Further adding on the same Khanna says "with currently tea cocktails that are only available or rather prominent in experimental bar menus and this is exactly the notion and practice we want to change for the better with Jin Jiji Darjeeling India Dry Gin, we have curated a signature cocktail menu which is delectably delicious making these a key feature across menus of popular bars through various bar takeover activations and cocktail promos".
Whether served hot or cold as spiked chais in the winter, and tea and lemonade mojitos in the summer, you can run your creativity wild with this concoctions.

Tea Inspired Cocktails

Darjeeling Bees Knees- Glass: Coupe
  • 1 Oz Lemon
  • 0.75 Oz Darjeeling Honey Syrup
  • 2 Oz Jin Jiji Darjeeling Gin
  • Shake W/ Ice
Method
  • Double Strain
  • No Garnish
Darjeeling Fizz- Glass: Fizz Glass / Footed HI Ball
  • 1 Oz Egg White
  • 0.5 Oz Lime
  • 0.5 Oz Lemon
  • 0.75 Oz Darjeeling Honey Syrup (Recipe Below)
  • 0.5 Oz Marie Framboise
  • 1.75 Oz Jin Jiji Darjeeling Gin
  • 3 Min Dry Shake, Shake W/ Ice
Method
  • Double Strain
  • Let Sit In Refrigerator For 5 Minutes!
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