Fragrant, flavorful and alluring, tea is a mixologist’s muse these days. The number of cocktails sporting a tea-infused spirit or syrup, or featuring brewed tea as a mixer, is growing — a testament to consumers’ growing appreciation of tea and to bartenders’ continuing search for new sensations. With the wealth of black, green, white and oolong teas on the market, not to mention herbal varieties and blends, there is plenty for the creative mind to ...

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