Combine black, mint, tumeric, sweet—whatever your cup of tea may be—with boozy mixers for a specialty cocktail that'll cool you down on the hottest of days
Strawberry Colada Mimosa
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Upgrade your brunch game in a major way with this tasty strawberry-coconut tea cocktail recipe from DavidsTea. Add sparkling wine, and you've got a mid-morning boozy beverage that beats regular old mimosas and bellinis anytime.
Blackberry Mojito Spritzer
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The classic minty-lime cocktail gets a fruity twist from berries and both green and white tea in this refreshing recipe from Teavana.
So Matcha Fun Specialty Cocktail
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Don’t Miss a Beet Green Tea Cocktail
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Eat-clean company Sakara Life created this beet cocktail, which gets health-boosting antioxidants and other nutrients from beets, berries, and green tea.
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Owl’s Brew is a ready-to-pour tea made for mixing cocktails. For this one, just mix equal parts Owl’s Brew Pink & Black and Champagne, and garnish with fresh strawberries.
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Youthberry Wild Orange Cosmo
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Peach Pinot Grigio Sweet Tea
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Combine Pinot Grigio and Angostura Bitters with sweet peach simple syrup and extra-strong black tea for a boozy take on sweet tea. Perfect for utilizing summer produce, garnish this wine cocktail from Woodbridge with those extra peaches you bought at the farmers market for an addictively sweet sip.
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Hard Candy Cooler
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This boozy cooler calls for Hard Candy tea, a sweet and tangy blend of apple, kiwi, and sour cherry flavors from DavidsTea, topped with everyone's favorite summertime alcoholic staple—rosé. Um, yes please.
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Created by food blogger Rachel Reuben for Numi Tea, this savory summer sip calls for two parts vodka mixed with one part turmeric tea-infused simple syrup and a half-part lemon juice. For the simple syrup, boil one cup of granulated sugar with a cup of water, and use the mixture to steep a bag of Numi Amber tea, along with a teaspoon each of coriander and ground or fresh ginger. Remove from heat and allow syrup to steep for 30 minutes to 2 hours. (Do you know The Calorie Count of All Your Favorite Cocktails?)
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Mint Elderflower Cocktail
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Perfect for a summer garden party, a pitcher of this elegant cocktail recipe from Bellocq Tea Atelier in Brooklyn can be easily whipped up by combining 6 cups of water (preferably filtered) with two tablespoons of the brand's Majorelle Mint loose leaf tea, 1 1/2 cups of St. Germain, and 3/4 cup of club soda. Chill in the fridge until ready to serve, then garnish with torn mint leaves and sliced Persian cucumbers.
Photo: Bellocq Tea Atelier