But one ingredient in particular has been popping up more often of late: tea. "The range of flavors produced by tea can be unique, from delicate, floral undertones to stronger, more herbal flavors," says Tim Weigel, Chief Mixologist of HakkasanGroup. "I also like the idea that brewed teas add extra flavor to cocktails without adding the extra calories. [more...]
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