New York is the city that never sleeps and therefore, there is never a shortage of new and improved cocktails. This month, some of our favorite city spots: Ty Bar and Ku Noodle Restaurant are serving tea-infused drinks that will keep your minds at easy and your tastebuds ready to party. Try out these Asian-inspired concoctions at these Manhattan hot spots or make them at home with these super simple recipes! It’s getting cold out there, some spiked tea is the way to go.
- Ketel One Vodka
- St. Germain
Paired with a Champagne & Elderflower Gelée Bonbon, this floral mix turns into a unique sparkling drink with a perfect balance between sweet and sour.
- 1 ½ ounce Grey Goose Cherry Noir
- ½ ounce Cherry Heering Liqueur
- ½ ounce Simple Syrup
- ½ ounce Lime Juice
- 1 ounce Brewed Iced Tea
- 1 ounce Tangerine Rooibos Brewed Iced Tea
- 3 Dashes Aromatic Bitters
Garnish with three Amarena cherries and a sprig of cherry blossoms and this drink is a garden of cocktail delight.
- 8 filthy black cherries
- 1 ½ ounces Chai tea infused Hudson Valley Rye Whiskey
- ½ ounce fresh squeezed lemon
- ½ ounce honey syrup
- 1 tablespoon loose leaf chai tea
Spicy yet sweet, this extravagant concoction is made for the adventurous kind, are you brave enough?
- Grey Goose Citron Vodka
Take your citrusy cocktail to the next level with a plush yuzu marshmallow dipped in sweet white chocolate. Sprinkle with candied rose petals and add a softness to the tasty experience.
- Grey Goose Vodka
- Lillet Rouge
Pair with an Anise Citrus Ganache Bonbon for a rich fruity taste with a hint of bitter.
- Reposado Tequila
- Jasmine Green-Tea Syrup
- Lime juice
- Togarashi and salt rim
An untraditional yet surprisingly tasty Mexican-Asian hybrid cocktail with a soothing combination of of sweet, sour and calming components.