Traditional recipes

Añejo Tribeca's Tea Thyme

Añejo Tribeca's Tea Thyme

This cocktail features an energizing duo of matcha and gin

Ingredients

For the thyme syrup

  • 1 Cup Water
  • 1 Cup Granulated Sugar
  • 3 Sprigs of thyme

For the cocktail

  • 2 Ounces Bulldog gin
  • 1.5 Ounces Matcha tea
  • .75 Ounce Thyme syrup
  • .75 Ounce Lime juice
  • 1 Cup Club soda

Directions

For the thyme syrup

Method: bring water and thyme to a boil. Add granulated sugar and stir until it dissolves completely. Cool the solution down and it's ready to go.

For the cocktail

Method: Build in tin, strain. Top with soda.
Glass: Speakeasy
Garnish: Rose bud and thyme

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving993

Folate equivalent (total)8µg2%

Riboflavin (B2)0.4mg21.2%


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


Honey Thyme Margarita

I’ll take any excuse to make a margarita. Once upon a time, I avoided tequila like the plague. One too many nights of tequila shots in college resulting in headaches and hangovers led to my distain for the liquor.

Now that I’m a tiny bit wiser and into my 30’s I have come to appreciate tequila’s flavor, aroma, and versatility.

Different types of tequila:

Blanco (white or silver)

  • clear color, unaged or quickly aged in stainless steel barrels
  • great for mixing into cocktails because of it’s agave forward flavor and strong impression
  • gold in color, usually a combination of blanco and reposado
  • sometimes made by mixing blanco with caramel coloring to make it look aged

Reposado (“rested”)

  • darker in color, usually aged 1-3 years in oak barrels
  • much softer agave flavor due to aging time, also more wood notes because of barrels


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