She's fruity, she's floral, she's tart and creamy. The only real way to describe a Crimson Cream though, a taste of bougie bubblegum.
2 oz. of Crimson Berry tea concentrate (20g of loose leaf tea & 240ml of cold water)
5-6 oz. of oat milk
3/4 oz. of cinnamon simple syrup (1 cup sugar, 1 cup water, 4 cinnamon sticks)
Begin by making steeped tea concentrate. Add 20g of Crimson Berry loose leaf to 240ml of cold water and cold steep overnight for 12 hours in the fridge. Once steeped, strain tea leaves from mixture.
For the cinnamon simple syrup, add 1 cup water, 1 cup sugar and 4 cinnamon sticks to stovetop pot. Bring to a soft boil and simmer for 5-10 minutes. Strain & cool.
To your glass add 5-6 oz. of oat milk, 3/4 oz. of cinnamon syrup and 2 oz. of Crimson Berry concentrate.
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