Category Archives: Recipes

Meet Your Matcha

It’s the tea on everyone’s lips. Dubbed a ‘superfood’, matcha has found its way into cafes, cakes and even skincare. Here we give you the scoop on this tasty tea. WHAT IS MATCHA? Matcha is a fine-grade powdered Japanese green tea, rich in antioxidants and high in caffeine. It is produced in nearly the same […]

Try Chai: Our Stovetop Recipe

A delicious blend of tea, spice and milk, chai is a warm and wonderful tea tradition enjoyed the world over. Still the original home of chai, India has a myriad of street vendors selling their brews on every street corner. Draw inspiration from these expert chai wallahs and brew up a pot of chai from home. […]

3 Easy Ways to Make Iced Tea

Iced tea is a nutritious and delicious way to stay hydrated in the warmer months. And is lot simpler to make than often imagined! Almost any tea can be used for iced tea, some just tend to work better than others. Let us show you our three best methods for brewing a fantastically flavourful iced tea. […]

Berry and Lime Infusion Cocktail Jug

YOU WILL NEED: • Berry Delicious fruit infusion • 2 limes • A 1.25L bottle of soda water • An iced tea jug • Vodka • Ice cubes • A handful of strawberries   METHOD 1. Place 2 tablespoons of Berry Delicious in the infuser of an iced tea jug. 2. Fill jug with one […]

Australian Sencha and Lemon Myrtle Iced Infusion

This very Aussie iced tea is uplifting, refreshing and perfect for serving on a hot summer day! Our Australian Sencha is sourced from the Victorian Alps, and our Organic Lemon Myrtle from Far North Queensland. Sencha green tea is packed with antioxidants and aromatic Lemon Myrtle leaf helps support your immunity.   YOU WILL NEED: […]

The Tale of Iced Tea

A seasoned tea drinker can easily tell you about the origins of the traditional cup of tea. British influence has seen black blends like English Breakfast and Earl Grey become commonplace in every cafe, restaurant and home in Australia. But what about the origins of the iced alternative? In our latest article, we explore the […]

A Cup of Christmas Cheer

  Finding its origins in Medieval Germany, Christmas tea was first made by village farmers who blended ale with mulling spices in the hope of inspiring a fruitful harvest the following year.   When this tradition arrived in England, townsfolk would walk door-to-door singing and  offering a wassail bowl of this spiced beverage to their […]

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