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The Teasmith Gin Sour Cocktail

The Teasmith Gin Sour Cocktail

We are finishing our week off with this absolute classic cocktail with a Teasmith Gin Sour 🍸 Super simple to make with easy to grab ingredients. *A hearty double measure of The Teasmith Original 25ml of cold black tea 25ml freshly squeezed lemon juice 15ml of sugar syrup 1 egg white Shake vigorously over ice and fine strain over ice into your favourite tumbler. Fresh, crisp and utterly perfect for this weekend’s great weather ☀️

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Emma Smalley
The Teasmith Bramble Cocktail

The Teasmith Bramble Cocktail

The Teasmith Bramble CocktailEnd your week with this absolute thirst quencher! The Teasmith Bramble is a great way to satisfy your gin and berry urge. The full recipe and background is available on our blog, but see the outline below as a guide:You'll need: 60ml - The Teasmith Gin 30ml - Fresh lemon juice 15ml - Sugar Syrup A handful of fresh Blackberries Combine the above in a shaker and muddle. Add some ice and shake vigorously. Pour into your favourite glass and top up with crushed ice. Drizzle with Creme de Cassis and garnish with a sprig of mint...

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12 Days of The Teasmith - Day 12

12 Days of The Teasmith - Day 12

Day Twelve.A moment to say thanks.We really hope you all have enjoyed following our second ever #12daysoftheteasmith. For our final post, we wanted to close off by saying thank you to everyone who helps make this possible.To The Teasmith customers (old and new), stockists, family, friends, collaborators and incredibly supportive local businesses - you really are amazing!Enjoy every minute of your Christmas break and hopefully, you’ll find time for a serving of The Teasmith or two. 😉

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12 Days of The Teasmith - Day 11

12 Days of The Teasmith - Day 11

Hands up who’s ready for a G&T? 🍸We are! 🙋‍♀️   This year we launched our long awaited second expression The Teasmith Broich Single Estate - the world’s first tea distilled with 12 of the finest botanicals including rare Scottish tea grown on the banks of River Earn in Crieff. When distilled, Broich tea gives light aromas of honey and apple.Best enjoyed with a slice of red apple and topped up with quality tonic.

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