Christmas is a time when aesthetics play a pivotal role in setting the mood. From beautifully decorated trees to intricately wrapped gifts, visual appeal is everywhere. Ornament Cocktails fit seamlessly into this festive circle! Served in ornate glasses or even actual ornaments, these cocktails are a feast for the eyes before they even touch the lips. With elements like edible glitter, floating berries, or shimmering liquids, they capture the essence of Christmas magic in every sip.

One of the hallmarks of the Christmas season is the spirit of customization and personal touch. Whether it's crafting handmade ornaments or baking personalized treats, the joy lies in the details. Ornament Cocktails resonate with this sentiment. Bartenders and enthusiasts alike can let their creativity run wild, experimenting with flavors, garnishes, and presentations. This adaptability ensures that there's an Ornament Cocktail for every palate and preference, making each one a unique experience!

Christmas gatherings are as much about storytelling and shared memories as they are about food and drinks. We have just the ornament cocktail for you to try featuring one of Teabloom’s delightful Raspberry Hibiscus tea. Guests can't help but be intrigued, asking about the ingredients, and the inspiration behind the drink. We hope you try it this festive season, and maybe even customize your very own !

Raspberry Ornament Cocktail

A festive and refreshing drink to enjoy in all your gatherings this season!
Course Drinks


  • 1.5 oz Teabloom Raspberry Hibiscus tea
  • 1.5 oz alcohol of your choice
  • 1.5 oz club soda
  • 1 tsp sweetener of your choice


  • Begin by steeping the Teabloom's Raspberry Hibiscus tea bag in a pot. Allow it to infuse for about 15-20 minutes, ensuring it's strong enough to capture the tea's aromatic flavors.
  • In a shaker, combine the tea , syrup or swetener of your choice, club soda, alcohol and a few ice cubes. Shake well until chilled. Add edible glitter if desired.
  • Transfer this in a jar with a spout. Carefully pour the cocktail into the prepared ornament. Place in a glass with ice and garnish with a twist of lemon peel or rosemary. For an added touch, you can light a small cinnamon stick and place it in the drink to give a subtle smoky aroma.


Keyword black tea, cocktail, festive drink, tea cocktail