Tea Vodka.. Product names?
From The Motherland (as the term is often used to describe both Russian and England)
or… similar to what someone else said..
Some more terms as I think of the flavors of the components involved:
(A tribute Jean Giraudoux’s The Madwoman of Chaillot where Constance says “[Tea is v]ery good for the voice. The Russians drink nothing but tea. And they talk like anything.”
It’s Got to be Tea Time Somewhere…
(I know it’s a little simplistic, but I can just see the label with a large “Infused” with “A tea infused vodka” in smaller letter underneath all in the typical pretty Harney and Sons labeling)
Call it “Harney T.V.”
or “Harney Black Label” for black tea, “Harney Green Label” for green, etc.
Serendipitea… I think any name with the ‘T’ over emphasized would do. Both splitting and capturing the name in design. But then consider the irony of discovering a smooth tea hinted vodka when seeking the comfort of tea… a very serendipitous event. But all the same good luck with the name. :)