The Earl Grey is one martini that is difficult to ignore. This martini variation is easy to make but contains the unique flavors that are usually associated with unearthly drinks. The Early Grey Martini is the reason for your cocktail party at home, today. Try making this martini variation and discover its unique taste.

Ingredients you need include 2 jiggers gin, 1 tsp. Earl Grey tea leaves, white sugar for rimming, 1 wedge lemon, 2 fluid ounces simple syrup and 1 jigger fresh lemon juice. Sprinkle tea leaves over the gin glass and allow to steep for two hours. Pour ¼ to ½ inch of white sugar on a small, shallow plate. Moisten the rims of two martini glasses with the lemon wedge then dip the moistened glasses to the sugar and set aside. Strain the infused lemon juice, gin and simple syrup to a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, then shake until the exterior of the shaker has frosted, then strain into the rimmed martini glasses to serve.

Another Early Grey Martini recipe needs ingredients like 3 Earl Grey tea bags, lemon juice, 1 cup water and ¾ cup sugar. Add the three Earl Grey tea bags into two big martinis worth of gin for about two hours. Make 1 cup simple syrup using ¾ cup sugar and 1 cup water then chill. Get all the ingredients then put ice in the cocktail shaker, adding 2 parts gin to 1 part simple syrup. Add lemon to taste and then enjoy.

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