- Serving Size: g /cup
- Steeping Temp: °C
- Steeping Time: mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: Various
- Caffeine: Medium-high
Royal Grey for Teatails
The Royal Grey for Teatails is made with black tea and bergamot oil. This version of Royal Grey has a creamy touch and a unique Italian bergamot oil which is more floral than the typical earl grey variety. It works great in cocktails with any type of alcohol.
Basic Infusion recipe Ingredients:
• 1/2 cup Royal Grey for Teatails
• 500 ml alcohol of choice (we recommend gin, vodka or bourbon for this teafusion)
Mix ingredients together in a wide mouth container. Allow to sit for 1 hour at room temperature.
Remove tea leaves from alcohol and filter alcohol twice through a fine mesh filter.
Add sparkling water and a spring of lavender, a slice of lime or orange and ice.
A creamy bergamot cocktail that is sugar-free and full of antioxidants!
Earl Grey Old Fashioned Ingredients:
• 2 oz Basic infusion made with bourbon
• 1/2 oz simple syrup
• 2 dashes Angostura bitters
• 2 dashes orange bitters
To make the cocktail, add all ingredients except for ice to a double-old fashioned glass.
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Loose tea
Have you tried Royal Grey for Teatails? Tell us what you think!
From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog
5 Warming Teatails - by Safiya Motala
5 Warming Teatails
What is your idea of cozy? A hot cup of tea with a good book? A glass of wine by the fireplace? Or simply, comfy clothes and a strong cocktail?
If these all sound about right, you will love the cozy teatail recipes below. To get started, here is a highlight on a few of the ingredients we’re using:
- Whisky – Whisky is a pretty easy way to make your drink warming. It has long been used as the beverage of choice to warm up on a cold night, and even used to soothe during times of illness.
- Chai – Chai could mean many things, so we’re going to use our Chai blend as a reference. Some of the spices in Chai are warming, such as ginger, pepper and cinnamon. Other ingredients are reminiscent of cozy times, such as cloves, that might make you think of the holidays.
- Ginger – Ginger is an easy way to make any beverage warming. The spicy, gingery flavour adds a kick to any tea or cocktail.