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White Tea Shot – A Beautiful Mess


The White Tea Shot is sweet and fresh. It has a vodka base, but tastes like peaches and lime soda. It’s a close relative of our favorite drink, the Green Tea Shot.

With a prep time of just a few minutes, this recipe is easy to make for a group. If you’re looking for a fruity recipe, try this one! Are you ready to learn a classic white tea recipe?

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Ingredients in white tea recipe

  • vodka -Choose your favorite unflavored vodka. I used Tito.
  • Candied peaches – This gives your cat the best flavor and is an essential ingredient.
  • Sweet and sour mix -For the best flavor, try our homemade sour mix.
  • Lemon soda – to the top. This gives the shot a nice dark texture and adds more sweetness.

Is there tea in a white tea shot?

Similar to a green tea shot, there is no loose leaf tea, or tea of ​​any kind, in this sweet shot, which is a version of a green tea shot, so named because of the shape and color of green tea.

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Start by mixing equal parts vodka, peach liqueur, and sweet and sour mixture in a cocktail shaker with ice. Use the jigger to measure each ingredient.

Shake for 10-15 seconds.

Pour it into glasses, and the built-in strainer will filter out the ice.

Garnish each shot with a cool drizzle of lemon-lime soda.

Tips for making

  • Garnish ideas: lemon wedge, lime wedge, orange wedge, fresh mint sprig.
  • Have you ever tried making your own sour mix? It’s fun, fresh and really delicious.
  • If you don’t have vodka on hand, you can substitute it with white rum, tequila, or gin.
  • Freeze your shot glasses ahead of time for an even colder shot.
  • Substitutes: If you don’t have a lime mix on hand, you can substitute it with simple syrup adding fresh lemon juice or lemon juice.

White tea shot variations

  • A shot of green tea – Replace the vodka with Irish whiskey and you’ll get a classic green tea shot.
  • Shot white tea with rum – Replace the vodka with rum for this variation.
  • White tea cocktail -If you don’t like shots and prefer to sip your drink, you can easily turn this recipe into a cocktail. Simply double the recipe and pour it into a cocktail glass instead of a shot glass.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between white tea dosage and green tea dosage?

The white tea shot uses vodka and the green tea shot uses Jameson Irish Whiskey.

What does a white tea dose consist of?

The white tea shot consists of vodka, peach liqueur, sweet and sour mix, and lemon soda.

Is there tea in a white tea shot?

This is not a tea in a white tea potion. This recipe is a version of a green tea potion, which is named because it resembles tea, but also does not contain actual tea.

Does white tea taste like alcohol?

The flavor of the vodka is very hidden beneath the flavors of peach liqueur, sour mix, and lemon-lime soda. I would consider this a sweet shot with minimal alcohol flavor compared to the other shots.

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directions

  • Start by mixing equal parts vodka, peach liqueur, and sweet and sour mixture in a cocktail shaker with ice.

  • Shake for 10-15 seconds.

  • Pour into glasses, and filter with ice.

  • Top each shot with a splash of cold lemon soda.

Notes

  • You’ll need a cocktail shaker, but if you don’t have one, you can use a mason jar or even a sports water bottle to make a good cocktail shaker in a pinch.
  • Have you ever tried making your own sour mix? It’s fun, fresh and really delicious.
  • If you don’t have vodka on hand, you can substitute it with white rum, tequila, or gin.
  • Freeze your shot glasses ahead of time for an even colder shot.

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Nutritional facts

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Amount per service

% daily value*

*Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Note: Nutrition is automatically calculated using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where appropriate, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.



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