Category Archives: Recipe

Earl Grey Mince Pie

November means orange leaves, hot-chocolate, frosty mornings and of course: The anticipation of Christmas. I love Christmas. It truly is one of my most favourite times of year and I intend to sprinkle that festive cheer as best I can over the next month and a half. Today, I am brining you a twist on […]

Special Day of The Dead recipe: Café De Olla

Don’t get me wrong, I love Trick or Treating as much as the next person, and I am not one to shy away from a vampire cloak and fangs; However, this year we have chosen to focus on the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos, also known as Day of the Dead. Although they happen […]

Spooky Blood Orange Martini

Blood Orange… that counts as a spooky flavour… right? This halloween style martini uses our blood orange tea and lemon vodka to create the perfect citrusy cocktail. It’s the treat with no tricks! Heres what you need: – 118 ml lemon flavoured vodka (use lemonade if it’s a cocktail) – 36 ml triple sec (leave […]

Earl Grey and Blueberry Scones

Have you come across the term “manifest” before? In a nutshell… it means that if you think about something hard enough, and put enough energy out into the universe you will receive what is desired. So… This is my attempt at manifesting some cooler weather. (If it works, I’ll take all the blame!) Don’t get […]

Recipe – Mocha Biscoff Brownies

Who doesn’t love a beautiful, squidgy, chocolate brownie? The Biscoff spread running through these imparts a fantastic caramel flavour, bringing out the brown sugar notes of our Sumatra Kerinci coffee. Perfectly rich and indulgent, these brownies are a great afternoon treat with a strong cup of coffee. Or, serve warm with ice cream as a […]

Recipe – Lucky Lemongrass Granita

  In the heat of the summer, we all want a delicious frozen treat. More importantly, we want to spend as little time as possible in the kitchen. The answer? A quick and simple granita. This icy dessert is low effort, tasty, and doubles as a handy cocktail ingredient.  Granita comes from “granire” – to […]