Monday, April 13, 2020

British Tea

There's something nice about a traditional English breakfast tea. It is bitter and rich and goes with sweet or savory food. A hot tea cocktail is also pleasant for day drinking: it's four o'clock somewhere, after all.

I'm using MurLarkey's three tea whiskey for its tea flavor, but it is very dry by itself. If you like your tea with honey and milk, I recommend MurLarkey's honey whiskey for the flavor it adds. Again, you'll still need to use sugar to sweeten the drink to your liking, so pretty much the same thing you'd do with any tea.
  • 1 cup hot black tea
  • 1 oz. MurLarkey three tea whiskey
  • 1/2 oz. MurLarkey honey whiskey (optional)
  • 1 tsp. sugar to taste
  • splash milk
Pour all ingredients in a warm mug and top with tea. Stir to combine.

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