While there is no such thing as a “healthy” cocktail, there are ways to make them healthier by replacing soda and sugar-filled mixers with..tea!  Owl’s Brew tea, founded by self-proclaimed ‘tea-drinker boozers’, Jennie Ripps and Maria Littlefield, is the first ever “tea crafted for cocktails”.  They offer three flavors that can be paired with vodka, tequila, rum, whiskey, gin, or champagne.

Owl’s Brew tea is a freshly brewed from all-natural ingredients including whole tea leaves, fruits, spices and herbs, with no added artificial flavors.

The products can be purchased online as well as at several locations in the Los Angeles area.  The costs range from $9.99 to $16.99, depending on the size.  As we move into the holiday season, Owl’s Brew tea can offer an effortless way to offer craft cocktails at holiday parties, or they make for a great gift.  Check out a few “healthy” holidays cocktail recipes using Owl’s Tea below and as always, drink responsibly!

Cranberry Sauced

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  • 2 Parts ‘Pink and Black’ Owl’s Brew Tea
  • 1 Part Vodka
  • 2 dashes cranberry bitters
  • Combine all ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake
  • Pour and garnish with rosemary sprig

 

 Owl’s Toddy

In a saucepan combine:

  • 2 Parts ‘The Classic’ Owl’s Brew TeaOwl's
  • 1 Part Whiskey
  • Apple Slices
  • Heat until desired temperature (do not boil)
  • Pour into mug
  • Garnish: cinnamon stick

                                                 

                                                         

Bramble Brew

  • 2 Parts ‘Pink and Black’ Owl’s Brew TeaBramble
  • 1 Part Tequila
  • Muddle fresh raspberries and strawberries
  • Shake & Pour over ice
  • Garnish: fresh mint

                                             

 

The Green Garden

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  • 2 Parts ‘The Classic’ Owl’s Brew Tea
  • 2 Parts Green Juice (recommended to use cold press juice, cucumber & mint, mint or mixed greens with apple or lemon)
  • 1 Part vodka
  • 1 Part Sake
  • Pour over ice into mason jar or martini glass

 

 

 

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