Wandering Whistler gives us the magic of alcoholic brewed teas


If you love tea and alcohol, then how would you feel about combining both of these things? Thanks to Wandering Whistler you now get the best of both worlds.

Are you a tea drinker? Do you love indulging in a little alcohol now and then? What if you could combine both of those loves? With Wandering Whistler’s two new brewed alcoholic teas you can.

According to PopSugar, there are two flavors of Wandering Whistler alcoholic teas, with both being made from all-natural ingredients. Up first there is the Earl Grey with Elderflower, and then there is the Jasmine tea. Both of these are classic brewed tea flavors, which makes them the perfect way to try something new.

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For fans of these two flavors of brewed tea, you really are getting the magic of a perfect cup of tea, but this time it comes with an alcoholic twist. Freshly brewed tea leaves are combined with cane sugar and yeast to kick-start this mind-blowing drink. Then the classic tea flavors of honey and bergamot are added to truly give you the brewed tea experience you expect.

And if you are looking for other flavor options, check out their website, which also features a chai variety, for those of us who like a spicier tea taste. With three different flavors, you can find a taste that works for you.

Each can of alcoholic tea from Wandering Whistler contains 4.5 percent ABV, which may not be a high alcohol content, but still adds a bit of a kick to your tea consumption.

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What better way is there to wind down after a long and stressful day than with a cup of tea? Perhaps a bit of alcohol is the preferred method of taking the edge off. Either way, you can now have the best of both worlds and we are all for that.

In fact, I am so fascinated by this alcoholic tea drink that I am on the hunt to try it for myself. After all, tea is my go-to drink of choice and there is nothing wrong with a little indulgence now and then.

While spiked tea may not be a new thing (thank you Mike’s Hard tea), this sounds much more relaxing. Honestly, I love how mild this drink sounds, while also giving us two classic brewed tea flavors.

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What do you think of the alcoholic brewed teas from Wandering Whistler? Are you going to give them a try? If you have, what did you think? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.