It's strong, it's comforting & it makes me oh so warm inside. You can make it either hot or cold (I prefer the hot version on colder evenings - the kind of evenings when you get home and you're drenched from a torrential rain and also a bit sniffly from the tremendous winds). All you need to do is steep a few bags of tea - or alternatively you can use a leaf tea too. For the one I'm holding in my hand right now I used Four Flavours Quartet from Tearoute (you can get it here). It's a mix of cinnamon, almond, chestnut and linden together with a base of green tea. It smells like Christmas as it as but adding a few drops (read a shot) of almond rum takes it to a whole new level. I do like my tea with rum on the coldest of days but this fanciness in a Moscow mule mug with a few ice cubes & a sprinkle of cinnamon on top is just aaaah.
Milky tea cocktail with rum & cinnamon
- 4 tea bags tea of your choice
- 1 litre milk
- 1 litre water
- 2 shots rum
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 tbsp sugar
- a handful of ice cubes
1. Boil water and add tea bags & sugar. Boil for 3 minutes. 2. Remove tea bags and pour into mugs, filling each much up to the half. 3. Add vanilla extract and top it up with milk. Now add a shot of your favourite rum into each mug. 4. Sprinkle with cinnamon & add ice cubes if you're making the cocktail cold. 5. You can also make it warm by warming up the milk & adding warm water.
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What's your favourite cold evening cocktail?