Here’s an idea: make boozy tea (with a splash of booze)

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Will all the tea lovers raise their hands? Can you also enjoy that wonderfully fragrant cup of tea, that you have to drink at exactly the right temperature and that is so wonderfully soothing. Yes? Then you should definitely make a boozy tea, tea with a splash of drink in it. A new world will open up for you! Culy inspires you seven times.

Winter tea with herbal bitters

This boozy tea is probably known among the hardcore winter sports enthusiasts. If you have just cycled, skated or walked for miles at minus 10 degrees, your body could use some warming.

A dash of herbal bitters such as Jägermeister (hunter’s tea) or a Juttertje in your cup of tea is very tasty. You get an instant warm feeling and all limbs are thawed immediately. Have a nice glow.

Hot Toddy

Even if you haven’t exercised, you can still enjoy a boozy tea – they’ve known that in England for a long time. The Hot Toddy is a perfect example of this and also seems to “help” with a cold. But apart from that, the drink is also particularly heartwarming. Tea with whiskey, honey, cloves and lemon juice, can you feel the heat yet?

Warm tea cocktails

Gone are the days when we should only spike tea in winter . A new trend is on the way where hot tea is also upgraded to a cocktail. A good combination is black tea or green tea with rum or chamomile tea with vodka. You might not expect it, but green tea with raspberry liqueur and vodka, for example, is a delicious combination.

Such a tea cocktail often first contains a little liqueur, then a small splash of spirits and then some fruit or spice. The possibilities are endless.

Chai latte whiskey (or rum or Baileys)

Are those deep scents of a chai latte your favorite too? At Culy in the editorial office, certainly: the scent of cinnamon, cardamom, star anise and vanilla – so delicious. Take the chai latte to another level with a splash of whiskey, rum, amaretto or Baileys. A kind of Irish coffee, but with tea.

Cold tea cocktails

Ice tea with a splash of drink in it can also be super tasty. Then make it nice and fresh. For example, make a festive large pitcher with homemade ice tea, lots of ice cubes, lemon and mint in it and add a dash of liqueur for an extra flavor dimension. Just think of a melon or strawberry liqueur, lavender, mint or lemon liqueur, the sky is the limit.

Sangria with tea

You can of course drink tea in many flavors and types, so it is wise to choose an alcoholic drink that goes with it. Just think of a light summer tea of ​​citrus fruits, let it get ice cold and mix it with lots of citrus fruit, white bubbles and you have a perfect Sangria for the roof terrace, garden or parties.

Tea infused cocktails

These tea infused cocktails are actually a step up from the boozy tea, but both are a great idea. Where you add a dash of alcohol to a boozy tea, a tea infused cocktail – as the name suggests – is more like a cocktail in which tea is added as a seasoning.

Food & Wine even made an overview of 12 tea infused cocktails : almost too much inspiration. Just have a cup of tea to recover.

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