Cooper King Cocktails

Cold Brew Cocktails x Cooper King Distillery

Cold brewing is a TEAriffic way of infusing tea into your favourite tipples! We've partnered up with Cooper King Distillery to bring you some fabulous summertime sippin' cold brew cocktails to kick start your staycation! 

Cooper King is England's first carbon negative gin! They’re helping the fight against climate change with every sip. That’s why every 700ml bottle of their Dry Gin removes 1kg of CO₂ from the atmosphere and plants 1 square metre of native UK woodland. So when we had the chance to make some delicious tea cocktails with them, we couldn't pass up the offer! 

Blueberry & Peach Mar-TEA-ni


  • 100ml Blueberry & Peach cold brewed tea*
  • 50ml Cooper King Dry Gin
  • 3x Lime wedges
  • 25ml Berry and basil gin liqueur – if you do not have any this could be replaced with a handful of raspberries and a few basil leaves.
  • 12.5ml Grenadine


  1. Add all of the ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice.
  2. Shake well and double strain into a martini glass!
  3. Enjoy!

The Lola


  • 50ml Cococabana Coola cold brewed tea*
  • 50ml Cooper King Dry Gin
  • A quarter of a fresh orange including the peel (peel a small strip from the orange peel to use as garnish)
  • 12.5ml Sugar syrup
  • Pinch of fresh thyme
  • Lemonade


  1. Reserve the lemonade and strip of orange peel for garnish.
  2. Add the rest of the ingredients to a cocktail shaker and fill with ice, shake until chilled, double strain into a tall glass over ice.
  3. Top with the lemonade and twist the orange peel over the glass to release the oils, drop the twist into the glass and enjoy. 

Wow don't they look TEAriffic! We can't wait to be sipping these blends in the sunshine! 

*Cold brewing is such a fabulous way of making tea! It tastes a lot smoother because the flavour is slowly extracted over several hours. For some people when it comes to cold brewing, they say it brings out flavours that they had never noticed before compared to when they brewed it with just hot water! It doesn’t get much easier than dropping loose leaf tea or tea parcels into a Cold Brew Bottle, or a jug of some sort! Then adding your choice of cold liquid such as water or milk (or even gin!) and letting it infuse in the fridge for 2-12 hours. We recommend 6-7 teaspoons of your chosen tea in 750ml of liquid!

Check out our how to cold brew blog here:

Cold Brewing For Beginners

 Cocktails photographed & created by Laura from Cooper King Distillery.

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