#TeaTuesday: Tea Cocktail Recipes [Videos]

How do you like your summer cocktails? We put a simple twist to some of our old favorites. Here’s how to spike your cocktail with our exotic teas. Bring some elegance to your affair and dazzle your guests with these unique creations. Happy #TeaTuesday!

Sticky Rice Pu-erh Old Fashioned

The Sticky Rice Pu-erh blends well with the whiskey because they both have earthy and complex flavors that accent each other. One piece of our sticky-rice pu-erh can brew a whole pot of tea and lends a sweet and toasty taste to the Old Fashioned.

Moscow Mule with Golden Monkey Black Tea

The pepper and toasty notes of the Golden Monkey Black Tea are complemented by the ginger beer and create a spicy yet sweet and delicious drink that we all loved!

Mint Mojito with Jasmine Tea

Jasmine Pearls are green tea hand-rolled into ball shape with jasmine flowers. This tea has a strong floral aroma, and is complemented by the mint and lime we muddled into the Mint Mojito. This cocktail is light and refreshing!

Happy sipping...and drink responsibly!

Rosa Li


#TeaTuesday: How to make cold brew tea! [video]

Happy #TeaTuesday! Hope everyone had a fun Memorial Day weekend. While you were hiking, roadtripping, and BBQ’ing, we created a simple cold-brew recipe for you. Sip some cold and refreshing tea with your friends in the hot summer sun! Learn how in our 1.5-minute long video below and let us know what you think!



Compared to hot brews, cold brews extract a different chemical balance from the tea leaves and eliminate the risk of burning or over-steeping the tea leaves, which makes tea bitter. Cold brews are super easy to make and allow you to get creative: add fresh fruits and mint to your cold brews to give them the all-natural flavor you’re looking for!

To replicate our recipe, grab a pouch of Hibiscus Orange Nectar or Jasmine Pearls today, and celebrate the summer with some delicious cold brews.







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Happy sipping!


Rosa Li

#TeaTuesday: Tea Pairings at the Farmers Market 5/24

Hey guys! I’m excited to share that we’re launching our blog and inaugural video on this special #TeaTuesday. My business partner and fellow tea lover Shiao-Ying and I met some amazing farmers at the Fremont Farmer’s Market in San Francisco yesterday, and we created an impromptu tea party in the middle of the market in less than 5 mins.

Tea parties are easy and fun, and can be enjoyed for all occasions! Want to know how to pair tea with the fresh produce at your local farmer’s market? Check us out in this short video.



Similar to wine, there’s a tea to go with every type of food. The idea behind tea pairing is to have the food and tea enhance each other’s flavor, so you appreciate the different layers of aroma and flavor in both.

A more delicate tea such as the Milk Oolong (without milk!) that we featured in the video, pairs well with lighter foods like white fish, fruit salad, or buttery pastries. My buttery chocolate croissant highlighted the floral and creamy notes of the tea.

A stronger tea such as the Pu-erh in our video pairs particularly well with something savory and hearty due to its sweet and earthy flavors. We paired it with fresh empanadas from the market, but I love to sip it over dim sum as well! As a bonus, Pu-erh is known for improving digestion and speeding up your metabolism.

We also paired our two cold brewed teas: Hibiscus Orange Nectar with cupcakes as the tartness contrasts well with sweets, and Jasmine Pearls was paired with strawberries and cherries because floral notes from the tea complement the sweet and juicy fruits.



Our impromptu tea spread at the farmer’s market

Rosa’s favorite pairing: Milk Oolong with chocolate scones or croissants, delicious and comforting for Breakfast or Tea-Time! The chocolate goes particularly well with the creamy quality to the Milk Oolong. 

Shiao-Ying’s favorite pairing: Jasmine Pearls cold brew with seasonal strawberries and cherries. The refreshing floral tea balances perfectly with the fresh sweet fruits. The cold brew method of preparing tea is just perfect for warm (and sometimes lazy) days in late spring and summer!

If you want to go fancy, check out the tea pairings at these amazing restaurants:

How Eleven Madison Park, Brushstroke, and Atera are taking tea to the next level

Coi unveils tea pairings for its tasting menu

Stay tuned for our next video as we continue our tea adventure. Follow us @rosalitea!  

Happy sipping!

Rosa Li

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