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Wedgwood x Mr Lyan is upping the ante on tea parties

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  • Raspberry Punch – Wedgwood

    Raspberry Punch

    Ingredients
    Raspberry tea, cream gin, lemon, rhubarb and sparkling white wine.

    Method:
    Brew 4g of tea in 150ml boiling water for 3 minutes, strain and cool. Add 40ml cream gin, 40ml tea, 15ml lemon, 15ml sugar syrup, 3 dashes of rhubarb bitters to a cup over ice. Stir, top with sparkling white wine and garnish with a strip of rhubarb and a sprig of mint.

  • Garden M – Wedgewood

    Garden M

    Ingredients
    Moroccan mint tea, Seedlip Garden 108, agave, lemon tonic.

    Method:
    Brew 4g of tea in 150ml boiling water for 3 minutes, strain and cool. Build 30ml Seedlip Garden, 30ml tea, 10ml agave over ice, stir, then top with Fever Tree Lemon Tonic. Garnish with sugar snap peas.

  • Lemongrass Sling – Wedgewood

    Lemongrass Sling

    Ingredients
    Lemongrass and ginger tea, apple juice, bianco vermouth, orange bitters, soda.

    Method:
    Brew 4g of tea in 150ml boiling water for 3 minutes, strain and cool.
    Build 30ml tea, 30ml Martini Bianco, 30ml apple juice and 3 dashes orange bitters over ice, and crown with soda. Garnish with a strip of grapefruit zest.

  • Bramble Broth – Wedgewood

    Bramble Broth

    Ingredients
    Blackberry and apple tea, blackberries, mint, apple juice, elderflower.

    Method:
    Brew 4g of tea in 150ml boiling water for 3 minutes, strain and cool.
    Crush 2 blackberries in the base of a shaker and add 50ml tea, 50ml pressed apple, 4 mint leaves and 15ml elderflower cordial. Shake and strain into a cup and ad d crushed ice. Garnish with a blackberry and a sprig of thyme.

       

Wedgwood is celebrating it’s latest collection, Tea Garden, which is launching with a cocktail collaboration by Ryan Chetiyawardana, aka Mr Lyan. Click through to see the collection and accompanying recipes…

Honouring the most English of pastimes, the collection brings a beautiful tradition to contemporary living – with striking motifs and vibrant colours that will uplift any tea-taking occasion. The finest china and glassware come together in this collection featuring four bold designs taken from Wedgwood archives and inspired by the fruits, flora and fauna of nature.

Looking for more inspiration for your next afternoon tea party? Check out our list of the best afternoon teas in London