Spiked Iced Tea – Royal Stag Barrel Select [Boozy Bourbon Tea]
An Iced Tea is the quintessential summer day companion, the Holy Grail of summer drinks and according to many, cannot be made any better although we beg to differ. It’s the simplest addition that can turn any moment into a happy hour and its whisky of course!
Whether it’s a refreshing recharge after an exhausting day at work, or the drink to keep you company while your weekend barbecue plans take shape, a little Spiked Iced Tea is what everyone needs.
One of the three fundamental qualities of an impeccable cocktail are; simple, quick and delicious, and those are the three qualities that the Spiked Iced Tea boasts of in sheer abundance. All you need is ingredients lying about the house and a bottle of Royal Stag Barrel Select whisky.
A smooth whisky that does not overpower the cocktail, Royal Stag Barrel Select is an exquisite Indian whisky. Blended with imported Scotch malts and grain whiskies, matured in Oak barrels to produce a remarkable drink, it is the ultimate whisky to elevate your Iced Tea to greatness and turn it into a Spiked Iced Tea!
- Royal Stag Barrel Select – 30 ML
- Sugar Syrup – 1 Tsp
- Regular Teabag – 1 Unit
- Lemon Juice – 1 Tsp
- Lemon and Orange Slices – 2 each, thinly sliced
Step 1: Boil a cup of water in a saucepan on low heat, and immerse a teabag and add the sugar syrup to the water. Leave the teabag into the water for a minute if you like your tea to be moderately strong, and for an additional minute if you prefer it stronger.
Step 2: Allow the infused tea to cool down.
Step 3: Add lots of ice cubes to a Tumbler glass, and add the lemon juice, Royal Stag Barrel Select, lemon and orange slices to it. Stir gently.
Step 4: Pour in the infused tea into the glass and give it a gentle stir once again. Your Spiked Iced Tea is ready to be enjoyed!
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