Apple-Green Tea Cocktail


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A different take on the popular sweet tea vodka drink.MORE+LESS-

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    Heat 4 cups of the water to a near boil. Add the teabags and let sit for 5 minutes.

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    Remove the teabags and pour over the remaining cup of water and ice.

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    Rim a glass with the sugar. Fill with ice. In the glass pour 1 shot of vodka, 1/2 cup of cider, and fill with green tea. Garnish with apple and serve.

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  • In the summer, everyone I know seems to love drinking John Dalys.

    It’s basically the cocktail named after another pro golfer, the Arnold Palmer, but with booze: Iced tea, lemonade, and usually a sweet tea flavored alcohol (or plain vodka).

    Now that the weather is cooling down a bit, these sweet tea drinks don’t seem appropriate to me. I wanted a tea drink that was a little more complex and seasonal. I came up with this Apple-Green Tea Cocktail to satisfy the craving. It turned out to be the perfect drink for a crisp Autumn afternoon. It also doubles as a great Halloween drink because of the color.

    The first step is to make a really strong green tea. This is 20 teabags in 4 cups of water.

    Then fill a pitcher with ice and pour in your tea.

    Green! When I get green tea at a coffee shop, I always wonder why it isn't green. When I make it, it always comes out green!

    Mix the tea with apple cider and vodka.

    Black sugar on the rim is a nice touch and also adds a much-needed sweetness to the drink.

    Sorry to break the 4th wall on you guys, but here is a little behind the scenes look at the photoshoot.

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    Dan Whalen has trouble resisting drinks on a crisp Autumn afternoon. He has been blogging for over 3 years at The Food In My Beard; check Dan's Tablespoon profile often to try his recipes with creative international spins!


Jameson Green Tea Shot Recipe

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A Green tea shot is a great way to kick off a fun party or gathering. Jameson green tea shots are very smooth and contain interesting ingredients. Hint. Green Matcha tea is not one of them.

The first time I drank a green tea shot I admit I was leary. But I LOVED it. In fact, I served these at our monthly poker night and surprised the whole group.

They unanimously agreed these shots are great.

But the name&hellipyou&rsquod never think Jameson whiskey, peach schnapps and sour mix with a dash of sprite could taste like matcha tea.

Well it doesn&rsquot take like matcha tea. But you will love this super tasty smooth and vibrant shot with a bit of lemon lime sparkle. Just right.

The name &ldquogreen tea shots&rdquo is from the color of the shot. That&rsquos certainly what it reminds me of when I see it.

top off the green tea shot with your favorite lemon lime soda.


12 Healthy Tea Cocktails

You know that magic golden hour on lazy summer afternoons, when tea time melts into happy hour? It's worth celebrating. And what better way than by combining your two favorite beverages, which, as it turns out, are also very good for you?

We asked cocktail and tea experts for their top tipsy takes on tea, which is really the ultimate healthy mixer. (No sugar! Cholesterol-friendly! Good for your heart!) And although tea has a prim and proper reputation, those dainty flavors can get down and dirty. No pinky lifting necessary.

Bet you never thought you could get a buzz via cantaloupe, the latest in-season superfood. It helps regulate blood pressure and is full of potassium, so no nasty hangovers in the morning!

3 oz frozen cubed cantaloupe

1. STEEP tea at 4x normal strength for 2 minutes, then remove tea bag and chill liquid for later use.

2. COMBINE and blend ingredients in blender, adding a splash of lemon for each serving.

3. SERVE on the rocks, garnish with lemon wedge. Serves 1.

Created by tea sommelier James Labe

Take your tequila with tons of diabetes-busting carotenoids, courtesy of carrots. Soak a bag of Numi Carrot Curry savory tea in tequila to infuse it then seal the container with an airtight lid and store in a dark area. Let it sit for 2-3 days before removing the tea bag, and you're ready to rock your hair-of-the-dog brunch.

1 part fresh carrot juice

2 oz Numi Carrot Curry savory tea-infused tequila (see instructions above)

Worcestershire sauce, to taste

Fresh veggies for garnish

1. ADD tequila to a tall glass with ice, then fill the rest of the glass with half bloody mary mix and half carrot juice.

2. SPLASH in some Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce and the juice of half a lime. Mix with a spoon and sprinkle a little black pepper on the top.

3. GARNISH with celery and fresh veggies. Serves 1.

Great things happen when the kettle meets the bottle. Thanks to soothing cucumber and tummy-friendly ginger, this one goes down easy.

3 oz fresh cucumber juice

1. INFUSE one tea bag in tequila for thirty minutes. Remove bag, squeezing out excess.

2. COMBINE and stir ingredients. Serve on the rocks, and garnish with a lime wedge. Serves 1.

Pear juice is full of pectin, which helps regulate digestion. Another round? Pretty please, with a Maraschino cherry on top.

1. INFUSE tea bag in bourbon for thirty minutes. Remove bag, squeezing out excess.

2. POUR ingredients into a shaker with ice.

3. SHAKE and strain into glass. Garnish with a cherry. Serves 1.

This one's indulgent, but still plenty healthy. Cocoa is filled with flavonols, antioxidants that stimulate your brain&mdashand cinnamon, oddly enough, has a ton of fiber and calcium. So this one's practically a health tonic! (Not to mention, chocolate's great for your mental health. Mmmm.)

2 oz Van Gogh Dutch Chocolate vodka

1. STEEP Pu-erh tea bag at normal strength with freshly boiled water for 3 minutes, then remove bag.

2. ADD vodka and stir.

3. WHIP cream with a little sugar and float on top. Dust with powdered cocoa to garnish.

Darling, have you tried Darjeeling? You should: Black tea can lower your blood pressure, and studies have shown that it's associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes.

4 oz Darjeeling tea, cooled

2 oz (1 oz in each cocktail) Perrier sparkling natural mineral water

A few dashes of peach bitters

1. COMBINE first three ingredients in a mixing glass filled ¾ with ice.

2. STIR for 30 seconds to combine.

3. POUR in separate Old Fashioned glasses with one large ice cube in each. Add a few shakes of the peach bitters. Test for sweetness, and add more rose simple syrup if necessary. Stir again.

4. FINISH with 1 oz Perrier in each glass.

5. GARNISH with a slice of peach or orange.

Created by Warren Bobrow, cocktail writer for Foodista and author of forthcoming book Apothecary Cocktails


30+ Delicious Green Cocktails for Celebrating St. Patrick's Day

If you want to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, you don't need to be Irish. You just need to wear green. But if you want to really celebrate, it helps to memorize a few good jokes, cook something delicious, and drink something green. But if you're still imbibing food dye in cheap beer, it may be time to make a change. These easy green cocktails feature whiskey, rum, vodka, and more, and will not only elevate your celebrations, but they pair perfectly your favorite St. Patrick's Day boozy desserts. A splash of Bailey's Irish cream puts the finishing touch on the ultimate St. Patrick's Day drinks. If you're looking for a morning-after hangover remedy, we've also got alcohol-free smoothies and milkshakes that are sure to cure.

There are drinks for various St. Patrick's Day events, whether you're hanging with your friends or having a quiet night in. Turn a St. Patrick's Day game into some boozy fun by mixing up a batch of Irish whiskey sangria or bringing out the Jameson Jell-O shots. If you're looking for a special drink to toast with during a night in, try the frozen Pisco sours or the cucumber mint gin coolers. While all these drinks are green, they vary widely to cover any taste you're looking for, from a fruity milkshake to a bold green Bloody Mary. Your March 17 is about to be the best yet, thanks to these St. Patrick's Day green cocktails.


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