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Coffee Cocktail and Tea Cocktail Recipes for World Cocktail Day

Coffee Cocktails

Tequila Espresso Martini

This is a modern twist on a classic cocktail and is ideal for special occasions. We recommend Brazil Daterra Bruzzi or 1942 Blend for this recipe.

Espresso Martini

This one is a classic for a reason! This recipe combines Brazil Daterra Bruzzi or 1942 Blend coffee with Kahlua and vodka. This recipe is featured in the new OnePlate Cookbook ‘Brunch in London’ featuring contributions from the likes of Jamie Oliver, Angela Hartnett, Rick Stein and our very own Creative Director Ann Louise Roswald! 100% of the cookbook's profit will be invested in sustainable food projects to feed underprivileged children.

Moscow Mule Cocktail

This is our unique take take on the classic cocktail, refreshing and perfect for warm summer days.

Tea Cocktails

Iced Tea Limoncello Cocktail

This simple tea cocktail features our Vanilla Rooibos for a refreshing summer drink.

Green Tea Mojito Cocktail

Change up your classic mojito for a Green Tea twist. Omit the rum for a delicious mocktail.  We recommend Sencha Organic Green Tea or Chun Mee.

Tea-Tini Cocktail 

This is a twist on a classic vodka martini recipe, which we've called a ‘tea-tini’! It's delicious, simple and customisable.


Light roast vs dark roast coffee

Light roast coffee is prized by many coffee enthusiasts, but how is it different from dark roast coffee? We’ve broken down the differences between the two roasting methods.


Coffee Cocktail and Tea Cocktail Recipes for World Cocktail Day

World Cocktail Day is celebrated on 13th May, which is the date on which the first definition of a cocktail was published - and it gives us a great excuse to raise our glasses and toast to the artistry of mixology! Cheers to the timeless elegance and innovation of the cocktail by trying one of our unique coffee cocktail and tea cocktail recipes, created by our Creative Director Ann Louise Roswald.


Chinese Teas to ring in the Year of the Dragon

Chinese New Year is fast approaching and we're entering the Year of the Dragon. This festival lasts more than just one night and much longer than simply gathering to wait for the clock to chime twelve and the fireworks to start. Whether you're celebrating or not, Chinese teas are always worth exploring.

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