Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Cocktail Recipe

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Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Cocktail Recipe

Presented by Flor de Caña Rum, this is a delicious recipe. The rum is aged in former bourbon barrels and sealed with plantain leaves, two components that add a very unique flavor to the rum. The tea was an infusion made with a tropical fruit tea named Salon Summer Royale, from the T Salon in Nicaragua. Papaya, mango, and pineapple are all included in the cocktail blend, providing an intriguing base for its If you don’t have the correct tea blend at hand, any tea blend with a similar flavor profile would work. It takes only an hour to infuse the tea, so it’s a great last-minute option, and once done, it’s very easy to make the cocktail.

Normally, infused spirits are made with fruits or herbs, but The secret ingredient in Mad Hatter’s tea party cocktail. It’s interesting and it’s the main ingredient. When you want to spice up your rum and enjoy a spiked iced tea-flavored drink, the infusion is a pleasant change of pace.


  • Place the tea in a mesh tea infuser ball to make the removal of it easier. Because you will only need to remove the ball once the infusion has been completed, there will be no need for straining.
  • It is easy to prepare ginger syrup at home and it can be ready in just Alternatively, if you have a bottle of ginger liqueur on hand, it’ll do just as well.

Cocktail strength (from 1 to 10 scale)

The strength of Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Cocktail Recipe is 2 out of 10.



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Nutrition (calories per serving)

The estimated calories of Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Cocktail Recipe is 207 calories per serving.

Preparation time (minutes)

The time it takes to create Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Cocktail Recipe is 64 minutes.

Tools needed

  • infusion jar
  • cocktail shaker


  • old fashioned glass

Ingredients (ML/OZ)

  • 1 bottle aged rum (750ml)
  • 3 tbsp tea leaves, fruity blend
  • 3/4 oz lime juice
  • 1/2 oz simple syrup
  • 1/4 oz ginger syrup
  • lime wheel (for garnish)

Steps to Make It

  • For the tea-infused rum, pour the rum, then add the tea in an infusion jar.
  • Shake well. Wait for an hour.
  • Strain the tea in a fine strainer, then bottle the rum.
  • For the drink, combine the tea-infused rum, lime juice, and syrups in a cocktail shaker. Fill it with ice.
  • Strain into an old-fashioned glass with fresh ice, finish it with a lime wheel garnish.

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