Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles with tea cocktails starting to catch on in bars. You might think it's complicated, but it's super easy to get started with what you already have. You don't even need to get expensive tea. Today we'll be making three classic cocktails with three different types of tea, going up in fancy nous for all you fancy types. Let's get started with the first ah V S O P. Old fashioned. It's similar to a whiskey old fashioned, but I swapped out the base spirit for V S o. P because I thought the sweetness of the brandy would go better with t get started with some cold brew tea. This is not a bottle of vodka, by the way. I just re used it to steep some English breakfast tea bags overnight in the fridge. You can use regular sugar syrup, but I didn't have that at home. So we're going with some golden syrup. Doesn't really taste different, but you're in for a lot of stirring to dissolve. Ah, lot of stirring when that's dissolved. Get out your Angostura bitters. Three dashes. Now get your eyes in there. You can use big round balls if you wanna be fancy or regular ice cubes. One part V S O P. Get out your orange and peeler and get some of the rind off. Try not to drop it on the table. Give the rind a few twists to get the oils out, rub it on the rim of the glass and throw it in and surf. This one is for the brandy lovers and the flavor of the tea. Place nicely with the aromatics from the orange and bidders. Okay, second drink Iced tea martini. This is a gin based drink, and the tea is infused into the gym. For this, I decided to make my own gin because I found many on the market to be a little strong and could overpower the tea flavor for the one I made. I got vodka and left it to stand with juniper Berries and other herbs and aromatics like fennel, cardamom and orange people. Obviously, the smoother the vodka, the smoother the gin. So don't go to cheap with the vodka. If you're making your own gin. The T for this oneness pour a dark, mellow and slightly smoky tea. Get started with two parts gin and one part sweet removed ice in the shaker and be generous because you want it Super cold. Shake until the outside of the shaker is frosty. Now pour everything into your serving class. Get out your lemon and take off some of the rind. Toss it in. Taste it. Don't be awkward. This drink is quite spirit forward, but the vermouth helps mellow out the liquor and makes it a balanced drink that has a slight sweet note to it. Third, drink the classic gimlet. This one is gonna be a little tart and refreshing. I'm using another gin that I infused with an unspoken lap sang soo chon T. It's a red T that's known for its caramel aroma. We're going to use four parts T gin, one part fresh lemon juice and a dash of syrup. The golden cerebral harden if you put the ice in so you'll have to start first. Completely unnecessary. If you were smart and didn't get the wrong one like I did now, at a generous amount of ice, shake tha That's it. A T gimlet This'll one was sharper because of the lemon juice, and you can adjust how that tastes with the sugar.