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What type of booze goes best with a hot mug of Earl Grey tea?

Asked by MyNewtBoobs (19026points) April 27th, 2011

Rum? Bourbon? Schnapps? What’s going in my tea tonight?

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bkcunningham's avatar

Ameretto, hot tea and chilled whipped cream. Wow

WestRiverrat's avatar

I prefer a nice shot of whiskey.

ETpro's avatar

If you want to mix it in the tea, a good clean vodka. Earl Grey Tea is too good to muddy with strong tasting liqueurs.

AmWiser's avatar

Vodka for sure, it even comes in tea flavored these days.

MyNewtBoobs's avatar

@ETpro In theory, I agree with you. In practice, vodka and I aren’t on good terms.

everephebe's avatar

I’d try Baileys.

ragingloli's avatar

Eierlik├Âr

anartist's avatar

Irish whiskey, or Scotch as you prefer

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

If you were to ask my Earl Grey drinking British bloke, the response would be to put nothing in the tea. He might be willing to have a snifter of cognac or a glass of port on the side. And trust me…he is not as stuffy as it sounds. He just feels that Earl Grey is fragrant and tasty enough to stand on its own.

MyNewtBoobs's avatar

@Pied_Pfeffer And I would agree with him on every single point, except the one in which he thinks I’m drinking tea and not writing a massive paper. So, booze.

Cruiser's avatar

I don’t drink much tea but I love lemon in it when I do and I might opt for a lemon flavored vodka.

seazen_'s avatar

Nothing. It’s perfect.

Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.

dabbler's avatar

something pretty oak-ey could stand up to black tea, heavy on the malt too. but a lot of combinations with black tea would just be a waste of both.

ETpro's avatar

@MyNewtBoobs In that case, I agree with @seazen_, Tea, Earl Grey, hot. Now where did I put that portable replicator?

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

@MyNewtBoobs My apology. I don’t get it.

Winters's avatar

I go with scotch, or hard apple cider.

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