over 2 hours
no cooking required
In The Earl I have brought the twin passions of gin and tea together and serve them chilled in a teapot.
Infuse the loose leaf Earl Grey tea into the bottle of gin, shake and leave for exactly 2 hours. Strain and return to the bottle (you will not need all the gin).
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the Earl Grey infused gin, standard gin, lemon juice, elderflower cordial, sugar syrup and lime marmalade. Shake.
Strain into a teapot packed with ice and serve chilled in teacups with a slice of fresh lemon. You could serve with ice cubes instead of sugar cubes on the side.
By Wayne Collins
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