Christmas cocktail recipe with spiced apple and Earl Grey
- 200g granulated sugar
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 1 Earl Grey teabag
- 1 shot good quality gin
- 1 shot cloudy apple juice
- Apple slice, to serve
Looking for a Christmas cocktail recipe? Look no further than our spiced apple and Earl Grey gimlet.
Indulge in a jolly drink or two with friends and enjoy this botanical tipple – tis the season afterall!
This recipe makes one cocktail, so just up the ingredients by how many guests you have visiting.
You’ll also need a cocktail shaker and a martini glass to really get the full effect of this Christmas cocktail recipe. Wow your party guests with this showstopping drink – be warned though, they may come back for more!
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- Make up a small batch of simple syrup in a small pan by mixing together 200ml water and the sugar and heating on a medium heat.
- Add in the cinammon stick and the Earl Grey teabag and stir continuously until the water and sugar turn to syrup (around 10 minutes).
- Take off the heat and let it cool down. Add the gin, cloudy apple juice and ice to a cocktail shaker, along with 2-4 tsp (depending how sweet you like it) of the Earl Grey simple syrup.
- Shake well and pour into the martini glass. Serve with the cinnamon stick and a slice of apple.
Earl Grey tea is rich in antioxidants, which help to fight off free radicals that can cause cell damage and disease.