How to make earl grey gin cocktail
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Earl Grey Gin Cocktail Recipe

Wow friends and family with our delicious Earl Grey Gin Cocktail. It takes around a week to fully infuse the gin - but trust us, it’s well worth the wait!


To infuse the gin, add four Earl Grey tea bags to 1litre of gin (we recommend using Waitrose Premium Gin) and place the bottle somewhere warm to infuse for one week. Ideally the temperature should be just under 40 degrees as this process works best when the gin is gently heated, so underneath a radiator or inside a boiler cupboard is ideal!

Once the gin has infused, mix all of the ingredients together in a cocktail shaker and combine with ice. Shake and strain into a chilled martini glass and serve with lemon wedges. Enjoy!


This recipe was created for Dragonfly Tea by Jack Homer of Waitrose Cookery School, Kings Cross.