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August 1, 2014updated 11 Jan 2016 1:02pm

Guest recipe: Beefeater 24’s Gin & Tea cocktail

By Spear's

Beefeater has just launched a limited edition bottle of gin that comes in a beautiful pop-up box designed to celebrate the English summer. Here at Spear’s, we have two of those limited edition gift packs to give away to our Spear’s Club members.

Beefeater has given us their recipe for a typically English cocktail and a new take on a G&T – just with a different T, not tonic but English Breakfast tea. It would probably work marvellously well with a good old-fashioned afternoon tea in the garden.

For more information on the Spear’s Club, email Emily.rookwood@spearswms.com

Ingredients

Beefeater 24 50ml, Chilled English Breakfast Tea 75ml, Sugar syrup 10ml, Lemon wedge

Method

Pour all ingredients into a high-ball glass over cubed ice
Squeeze lemon wedge into glass & discard
Stir and garnish with a lemon wheel

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