Gin infusion box
Artisan gins have made quite the comeback recently. There are so many different flavours and types to choose it can be quite overwhelming, and expensive. Well here is the solution: Blend your own! It is a really simple process.
- Place one teaspoon of tea per 200 ml of gin into the infuser teapot.
Pour over the gin, any basic london dry.
Wait for 2 - 12 hours. The longer you wait the more complex the flavours will be.
Remove the infuser basket from the teapot and discard the used leaves.
Pour and enjoy! We recommend using a great quality tonic like Fentimans or Fever tree.
Four teas to begin your experimentation with tea infused gin. A real G & Tea! These are so much more personalised than buying a bottle of flavoured gin because you can make it just the way you like it. Experiment with times and ingredients
Lemon Ginger Sencha (20g)
The grassy notes of Sencha green tea are boosted by zesty lemon and warming ginger for a feel-good brew. Adding ginger and lemon to green tea is a great way to increase the health benefits and revitalising properties. It also adds a natural sweetness without added sugar!
Lavender Earl Grey (20g)
A deeply soothing blend. We use organic lavender harvested in Provence, France. It is the highest-quality lavender (tea grade) with the greatest concentration of floral essential oils. The addition of lavender in an Earl Grey blend is beloved in France. Lavender is believed to have a soothing effect and can help promote natural sleep.
The addition of Lavender and bergamot enhances the balance of flavours in this luxury black tea blend for a delicious soothing flavour. The citrusy taste in our Earl Grey comes from the addition of natural organic bergamot oil. The bergamot orange is a type of aromatic citrus fruit that is usually grown in the Mediterranean. Bergamot oil is extracted from the skin of the bergamot fruit. Infuse this tea for about an hour. Find out more Here
Totally caffeine free and no added sugars this is the perfect drink to infuse in gin. Loaded with apple pieces, carrot flakes, blackberry leaves, eucalyptus leaves, beetroot pieces, hibiscus blossoms, lemongrass, freeze-dried tangerine-orange pieces and orange slices there is so much vitamin c in every cup!
This tangy blend has two distinct flavours. Served hot this is an amazing winter warmer with vitamin C and eucalyptus to get you through winter. Come the summer it is the most refreshing sensation over ice. Leave to infuse for about an hour. Longer if you like a really strong flavour. Take a closer look here
If you close your eyes and imagine walking through a Japanese cherry blossom orchard in springtime, that's exactly the taste sensation this tea brings. Infused with Gin you get an almost turkish delight quality coming through. Wonderful over ice!
Sencha is commonly used in Japanese tea ceremonies marking events of personal importance. In this type of ceremony, it is the ritual that is of paramount importance as the individual is being acknowledged..Find out more Here
Theis little buddy will help you to brew your tea perfectly every infusion with minimal fuss and mess. Design will vary depending on supply.