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IT’S RAINING TEA-TAILS THIS SEASON, HERE’S HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN

published time By Vanessa published time 17 Jun, 2019 Share image 0 Shares

Monsoon and tea go a long way!  Because there’s something super special about sipping on a heart-warming beverage on a rainy day. Wouldn’t you agree?
But we don’t just mean a hot steaming cup of chai. Sometimes a chilled tea-tail does the trick too. For those of you who don’t know about this new league of cocktails, they are simply tea-infused drinks with an added alcohol punch. They are tasty, trendy and blend perfectly with the monsoon mood up ahead. 

Try these tea-tail recipes the next time you want to enjoy a chill sesh at home while watching it pour outside. 


Johnnie Walker Ginger Tea
For those who like a little zingy ginger in your tea.
Ingredients
60ml Johnnie Walker Black Label whisky
Ginger-Infused Tea
Dried Lemon Slices and Mint Leaves, for garnish
Ice
Method
Add whisky and cold ginger tea into a highball glass filled with ice and stir. 
Garnish with dried lemon slice and mint leaves and serve. 

 It’s Raining Tea-Tails This Season, Here’s How To Make Your Own
 

Johnnie Walker Green Tea
If you’ve been looking for some motivation to sip on green tea, here’s it.
Ingredients
60ml Johnnie Walker Black Label whisky
Green Tea leaves
30ml Chilled Mineral Water
Mint leaves, for garnish
Ice
Method
Pour whisky and water in a glass.
Fill a tea infuser with green tea leaves, place it in the glass of whisky and allow it to infuse for 5 minutes. 
Remove the infuser and fill the glass with ice. 
Garnish with mint leaves and serve. 

 It’s Raining Tea-Tails This Season, Here’s How To Make Your Own
The Mix
 
Johnnie Walker Peach Iced Tea
For those with a sweet tooth, you’ll love to sip into this fruity peachy tea.
Ingredients
30ml Johnnie Walker Black Label whisky
230ml Peach Tea
30ml simple syrup
Mint leaves
Orange rind, for garnish
Ice
Method
Combine all the ingredients into a shaker to mix.
Shake and strain into a glass.
Garnish and serve. 
 
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Bring in the monsoon with these tea-tails but don’t forget to drink responsibly!