Make the most of seasonal fruit with this delicious iced tea recipe made with Pai Mu Tan white loose leaf!
When it comes to chilly weather, who can resist the warmth of a kitchen and a hot cup of tea? In our latest Tea Journal entry, we combine both loves and round up a list of the best winter tea recipes.
Summer is such a beautiful time for soaking up a delicious dose of vitamin D. But sometimes, we have the tendency to let ourselves get a little too “well done”. The searing pain of sunburn is a painful reminder that as blissful as sunshine seems, it is an unforgiving ‘frenemy’. Overexposure to the sun can […]
The flavour of Pu-erh is rich and unique, appealing to experienced and adventurous palates. This makes it a compelling mixture to create a more sophisticated cocktail. As an infusion, its deep hue and hearty liquor lends itself to the luscious elements of a sangria. Make this recipe your go-to for the warmer months to […]
Fragrant teas make delicious sorbets. You can try this recipe with different teas, including modern fruit infusions and flower varieties, or traditional blends such as Earl Grey. Ingredients: 2 tablespoons of Jasmine tea 75g caster sugar Freshly squeezed juice of 1/2 an orange Freshly squeezed juice of 1 lime Instructions: Boil 375ml of water, allow […]
Traditionally Matcha (or Maccha) is used in the Japanese tea ceremony but in more modern times it has become popular in cooking because of its bright green colour. Matcha is made from high grade green tea leaves and goes through quite a labour intensive growing and production process. This means it’s not the cheapest […]
Adapted from a recipe by New York chef Robb Garceau Try this amazing and refreshing iced tea recipe – you won’t be disappointed! Ingredients: 4 cups of seedless and cubed watermelon flesh + watermelon balls for garnishing 2 cups of water 4 grams of green tea (can use 2 tea bags instead, if you prefer) 1 […]
This is the adult version of a lovely lemon iced tea! Great for summer entertaining or if you want a non-alcoholic version simply replace the 1/2 cup of vodka with soda water. Ingredients: 3 teaspoons of black tea (can use tea bags if you prefer) 1/2 cup of boiling water 8 fresh mint sprigs 4 […]
Recipe kindly supplied by Mr Pike, one of our lovely customers. He uses an old style Soda Stream unit (2005) which makes 2 x 1 litre bottles of ‘Sparkling Fruit Tea’. If you just want to make 1 x 1 litre bottle then just halve the recipe below. This is such a refreshing drink for summer […]