'Tea Time' with Pierre Jourdan Brut
We are sharing this sophisticated and refreshing cocktail that combines the vibrant flavours of Six Dogs Blue Gin, the elegance of Pierre Jourdan Cap Classique, the aromatic notes of Earl Grey tea, and the zesty sweetness of a lemon, honey & ginger cordial – or the fruity burst of a Pomegranate and Elderflower cordial.
This unique blend creates a delightful harmony of flavours that will tantalize your taste buds and leave you craving for more. Sip on the Tea Time cocktail with Pierre and Blue and let the fusion of flavours take you on a journey. Immerse yourself in this enchanting libation, and experience the perfect harmony of botanicals, bubbles, and subtle sweetness.
TOOLS & GLASSWARE
- Highball glass
- Wine glass or coupe glass
- Bar spoon or long spoon
- Measuring tool or jigger Shaker
- Mason jar with lid or a Travelvac vacuum flask
- Fine strainer
- Tea pot
- Ice bucket and tongs
- Knife and cutting board
- 35ml Six Dogs Blue Gin
- 35ml brewed Earl grey tea
- 25ml Forage and Feast lemon, honey & ginger or Pomegranate & Elderflower cordial
- Top up with chilled Pierre Jourdan Brut
- Fresh lemons
- Maraschino cherries
- Fresh mint
- Cinnamon sticks / powder
For best results make sure your gin and bubbly is well chilled beforehand
Steep two tea bags of Earl Grey tea in 250ml of hot water. Make this an hour or so before making your cocktails and store in a clean clear bottle in the fridge.
Prep your glass – chill the glass before starting the drink preparation or ad a cinnamon sugar rim for a winter twist.
Grab a shaker, jar or flask and add the gin, cordial and tea with lots of ice
Seal the shaker, jar or flask and shake vigorously for 10 seconds
Fill your glass with ice
Strain your gin and tea mix using a fine strainer into your prepared glass, give it a quick stir
Top up with the chilled Pierre Jourdan bubbly
Garnish with a cherry and mint sprig OR with a fresh lemon wedge and mint
TIP: and add cinnamon or star anise for a warm winter twist