3 Ways to Turn Tea into Delicious Cocktails

Mixing tea with your favorite alcoholic beverages is a fun way to create fragrant cocktails with surprisingly complex flavors.

Chandon Passion Tea Mimosa


When you combine two of the world’s most noble beverages, the result is a classy cocktail for discriminating guests.

Cocktail Recipe:

  • 3 oz Chandon Rosé
  • ½ oz Belvedere Pink Grapefruit Vodka
  • ½ peach
  • 1/3 oz chilled jasmine tea
  • 1/3 oz fresh lemon juice


In the bottom of a cocktail shaker, muddle the peach. Add ice, vodka, tea and lemon juice then shake. Strain into a flute and top with 3 oz Chandon Rosé. Makes 1 cocktail.

Suggested glassware: Champagne flute

Iced Green Tea Mojito


An Asian twist on a traditional Cuban cocktail makes this mojito the perfect drink for a hot summer day.

Cocktail Recipe:

  • 1 tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 4 large spearmint leaves
  • 2 tsp sugar
  • 1/2 cup brewed green tea, chilled
  • 1 oz Appleton White Rum


Muddle the lime juice, mint, and sugar together in a tall Collins glass until the leaves bruise lightly and the flavors release. Add ice until glass is about 3/4 full and then pour in rum and green tea. Stir well and garnish with mint and lime.

Suggested glassware: Collins Glass

Hot Toddy


Earl Grey tea (named for Charles, Second Earl Grey, Prime Minister of England) is made from the finest black tea leaves blended with the orange fruit flavor of bergamot.

Cocktail Recipe:
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 3/4 glass Earl Grey tea
  • 2 shots Rémy Martin Cognac
  • 1 slice lemon


Brew tea and fill a tall glass 3/4 full. Mix in honey. Mix in brandy shots. Add lemon slice and enjoy.

Suggested glassware: Coffee/Tea Mug
*As always, please drink responsibly.

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