Cocktail & Mixology Recipes
We draw inspiration from numerous disciplines including cocktail mixology, sommeliers’ oenology, botanical apothecary, traditional culinary arts and food cultures from around the world. We aim to share our knowledge and to guide you when using teas and botanicals in mixology applications for both alcoholic and non-alcoholic applications.
Syrups are a classic way to incorporate teas & botanicals into beverages of all kinds from cocktails to sodas.
Decoctions are essentially a simmered herbal tea. Decoctions are best for harder botanicals like roots or seeds that are not as readily infused by steeping in a teapot.
Tinctures are employed by wellness practitioners similarly to supplements. They are shelf stable and easy to make.
Artemisia Green Tea Tonic SourInfused Sotol Agave Syrup Fresh Meyer Lemon Juice Teahouse MatchaPrepare PREPARE Glass: Double rocks 2 oz Infuse Sotol 1 oz Fresh Meyer lemon juice 1 oz Freshly whisked Rishi Tea & Botanicals Teahouse MatchaDirections In a cocktail...
Wild Cranberry CosmopolitanInfused Vodka Pink Lemon Infused Agave Syrup Fresh Lime JuicePrepare Glass: Coupe 2 oz Infused vodka 1 oz Infused agave 1 oz Fresh lime juiceDirections In a cocktail shaker with ice add 2 oz Infused vodka, 1 oz infused agave syrup, and 1 oz...
THE BARTENDER’S GUIDE TO TEA
Tea and botanical ingredients are foundational components of mixology and the making of spirits themselves. Amari, digestifs and spirits largely originated from herbalists’ development of healthful tonics and tinctures across the globe.
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Tea is much more than a hot beverage. With its roots in food and medicine, it is only natural that Culinary Innovation is at the heart of Rishi’s mission.