Sage Rose White Tea

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From Wight Tea Company

Sip our Sage Rose White Tea while paying your own bills, tuning out frivolous gossip, or plotting your overtake of the world. Floral and savory, this blend knows that being feminine doesn’t mean you aren’t tough.

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From earlier in the week!

I had some fun the other night with tea mixology/tea infused cocktails and from that kind of wave of inspiration I birthed a really tasty tea cocktail using this as the base! I started with a cold brew of this tea, and that ended up being used as the bulk of the drink. Here’s the recipe though:

I started by prepping the glass I was going to be serving in by giving it a vodka rinse, then in a separate glass I prepared the following…

- 1 oz. of brown sugar simple syrup
- 1 1/2 oz. of Grand Marnier
- 4 oz. of Sage Rose cold brew
- Shake with ice, then pour into already prepared glass
- Express with an orange peel

Pretty simple, right!? I mean, it’s definitely not the strongest cocktail in the world/not something you’d drink to get drunk but flavour wise it was really good. Just this great balance of smooth orange, sweet molasses like brown sugar, and then this great undertone/finish of herbaceous sage and floral rose in the finish from the tea base. I think it leans a little to the sweet side ’cause the brown sugar is a pretty strong ingredient but you could either experiment with a smaller amount or possibly try adding in drop or two of saline to see if that helps balance it a little bit more.

Also, as far as the brown sugar simple syrup goes you make it that same way as normal simple syrup but just sub in brown sugar instead of white. Very, very easy to do and really lovely flavour. Plus is adds this gorgeous deep brown hue which has a nice aesthetic factor too.

A picture: https://www.instagram.com/p/BdwcmAsFAXD/?taken-by=ros_strange

I need to work on my garnishing skills. Also, I’d love if that wasn’t the only cocktail type glass that I owned, but oh well.

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