8 steps to throwing a G & 'High Tea' party!

This month we have been learning all about the wonderful world of tea, with Whittard of Chelsea. From learning to taste tea like a pro, to the similarities between gin and tea and mixing up a beautiful Earl Grey Martini.

As the world of tea and gin collide, we have have taken the pairing to another level by taking a quintessential British tradition and infusing it with our favourite tipple! 

Wow your gin pals by throwing your own 'do', with the help of our 8 easy steps below - you'll be the talk of the town!


1. The right choice of equipment

Make your intentions clear from the start with one of these cute (and boozy) teas sets.


2. Decoration is key 

DIY gin centrepieces

Make your own gin-inspired centerpiece! 


3. Boozy brownies

Add even more gin into the mix with these boozy brownies and blondies. Get the recipe here.


4. Earl Grey Martini

Earl grey Martini with whittard of chelsea teabags and 58 gin

Make the Earl Grey Martini the signature cocktail for the event. 


5. Gin-infused salmon

Add a splash of colour (and more gin) with this stunning beetroot and gin-cured salmon. Get the recipe here.


6. Teapot tipples

Glass g and t cocktail teapot set

Mix up some pitcher-style cocktails and serve them in teapots! 


7. Ginny Teabags

So the designated drivers don't feel left out, grab some of these gin and tonic tea bags!


8. Gin jam

A tea party wouldn't be complete without scones (regardless of how you pronounce it!) Why not make your very own gin jam to slather on top of  these crumbly delights. Get the recipe here