Jazz Up Your Tea and Coffee with Napue Gin



Summer is here, so it’s time to get ready for all the parties and events by creating amazing cocktails using Napue Gin. What’s even better about these recipes? You can make a whole pitcher at once, letting you spend more time with your guests and less behind the bar or in the kitchen! Napue Gin is named after the battleground of Napue and has a unique spicy, sweet, and chill flavor that both you and your guests will appreciate. Napue Gin is now available in Hong Kong, thanks to Food Linkers, Asia’s premier supplier of  European Fine Food and Beverages in Hong Kong.


Here are a couple of chill recipes to make your day or night more amazing:


Napue Gin Iced Tea

This cocktail is great for hot days, especially when you are spending most of the day outside. This should be made the night before to allow the flavors to blend.


  • 50 ml of Napue Gin
  • 50 grams of Earl Grey Loose Tea or 5 tea bags
  • Tonic and Lemon

Simply mix the tea with the bottle of Napue Gin. Leave it in the fridge for 24 hours, and shake the bottle occasionally. Serve over ice and top the glass up with tonic, and then add a slice of lemon.


Iced Coffee with Napue Gin

Iced coffee is one of the best ways of getting your coffee fix, even when it is boiling outside.


  • 1 part coffee. The best option is a non-bitter roast that has citrus or floral notes. Ethiopian, Kenyan, and Mexican coffee beans are the best because of their fruity flavor.
  • 2 parts Tonic
  • 25 ml of Napue Gin

In a glass full of ice, pour a shot of coffee in. Then add the 80 ml of tonic water, and the 25 ml of Napue Gin. Add cream and/or sugar as desired.


Napue gin works amazingly in many cocktails. Its unique flavor makes it stand out from other gins, even when it is used in cocktails. High-quality Napue Gin always tastes makes your drink taste amazing and will please your guests. You can can order Napue Gin online at from either HK Liquor Store or The Tramline Liquor Co as well as find Napue Gin at several bars and restaurants across Hong Kong like the Ozone Bar, Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour, The Pawn, Lilya, The Iron Fairies, Ophelia, Aberdeen Street Social, Brickhouse, MyHouse, and FINDS.


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