Earl of Laori – non-alcoholic tea cocktail
Earl Gray is one of the most popular teas in the world. A black tea flavored with the fine, fragrant oil of bergamot. The Earl Gray is characterized by its citrusy notes and the fruity taste of bergamot gives it freshness and a floral aroma. It has its origins in an English noble house, but we can no longer imagine our tea- range without it. According to legend, the tea was discovered in a shipwreck. The Chinese tea was transported to England by ship and a violent storm tossed the boxes into disarray. Black tea was mixed with bergamot oil and Baron Charles Grey, Earl Gray the Second in English, didn't have the heart to throw away the expensive tea. So he tried the mixture and Earl Gray tea was discovered!
The taste of the tea harmonizes with Laori Juniper No 11, as the citrus Bergamot notes of the Laori No 1 underline the aromas of the Earl Gray and quickly become a non-alcoholic drink Tea from it. The delicious drink is rounded off by the liveliness of the ginger ale and the delicate sweetness of the maple syrup.
Recipe non-alcoholic drink with tea - Earl of Laori
- 4 cl Earl Gray Infused Laori Juniper No 1
- 4 cl Earl Gray tea (cold)
- 1 cl maple syrup
- Ginger Ale
- Ice cubes
Glass & Decoration
- Tumbler glass and fresh orange zest for decoration
- Cold Earl Gray tea with Laori Juniper No 1 and maple syrup in a glass Add ice cubes and stir.
- Pour in ginger ale and garnish with fresh orange zest. Enjoy!
Can't get enough of non-alcoholic cocktails? If you like the citrusy flavors of the Earl of Laori, then you'll definitely like the Laori Lemon. You can find the recipe for the non-alcoholic cocktail with bitter lemon here.