Tea Cocktail Recipe: Infused With Me Time Herbal Tea Blend

Tea Cocktail Recipe: Infused With Me Time Herbal Tea Blend


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More than ever, we’re eager to get together with our friends for some meaningful conversation over summer flavours. To accompany your quality time with girlfriends, we have the tea cocktail recipe for you to sip on and a delicious lineup of snacks to pair it with!

 

The Woash 76 is a beautiful blend of botanicals and fresh herbs topped with bubbles to elevate your evening. It’s crafted with the intent to make you feel good (not just the boozy kind) but with fresh ingredients that are good for you too! This Me Time tea cocktail recipe is like drinking a calming aromatic blend of lavender, chamomile, and passionflower to create a sense of calm from the inside out. Making it the perfect cocktail or mock-tail to sip and unwind after a long week.

 

Here’s what you’ll need

 

Ingredients

  • 1.5 oz Botanist gin (We love Botanist because it’s made with an infusion of herbs that compliments the cocktail)
  • 3/4 oz Fresh lemon juice
  • 1 oz Prosecco 
  • 4 tsp Me Time Tea
  • 1 oz Woash tea-infused syrup using our Me Time blend (recipe below)
  • A few dashes of lavender bitters
  • Herb garnish (spring of lavender or rosemary)

 


This is a two part tea cocktail recipe made first by, infusing simple syrup with ME TIME followed by crafting the cocktail. 

 

 


Me Time Infused Simple Syrup Directions

Heavily steep 4 tsp of Me Time tea into 1 cup of boiling water for at least 15 minutes. Once the tea has finished steeping, remove tea leaves and add 1 cup of sugar in a medium saucepan. Stir until sugar has dissolved and it comes to a boil. Let cool before serving. 

 

If you need more simple syrup the ratio of tea to sugar is 1:1


Tea Cocktail Recipe Directions

Combine Botanist gin, Me Time syrup, and lemon juice in a cocktail strainer filled with ice. Shake well to chill ingredients and strain into a coupe glass or champagne flute. Add a few dashes of lavender bitters, top with prosecco and garnish with a sprig of lavender or rosemary. Serve immediately.

 

Mock-tails more your thing? Here's how...


The Woash 76 does not require gin and Prosecco, what makes it is the herbal infusion and lemon zest with some bubbles. Simply top off the Me Time infused syrup and lemon juice with a quality tonic water like Fever-Tree or bubbly water for a refreshing aromatic mock-tail. We love the Mediterranean flavour with an extra hint of rosemary and lemon-thyme for garnish!

 

Woash Wellness | Tea Infused Cocktail
Photo by Kasia Bedkowski 


Best Paired With

  • Lemon Ricotta Crostini
    • Crusty Italian bread, olive oil, garlic, ricotta, sea salt, lemon, and honey.
  • Charcuterie
    • Prosciutto, salami, and calabrese
    • Juliette soft goat, firm manchego, aged cheddar and a funky blue
    • Sour cherry, rhubarb and rosemary jam  or Onion and Thyme from Salt Spring Island Kitchen
    • Fresh berries, nuts and an assortment of crackers
  • Crudité
    • The Perfect Hummus
    • Mini cucumbers
    • Watermelon radishes
    • Rainbow carrots

 

Best Enjoyed

  • With family + friends
  • Outdoors surrounded by fresh flowers or a breath taking view
  • During golden hour
  • Wearing a flowy summer dress

 

You are all set to elevate your next patio party, picnic or date night in. Don't forget to sip responsibly!

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Written by Kris Gill

Photos by Kasia Bedkowski 

ME TIME TEA

ME TIME TEA

$12.50

Check in with your body to slow down and create more intentional moments. This tea is the perfect accent to your unique personal ritual –– whether that’s journaling, walking along the ocean, meditating, winding down before bed or anything that encourages...

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