Guy Fawkes Night originates from the infamous Gunpowder Plot of 1605, which failed and was then celebrated by way of lighting bonfires.
It’s been part of our British annual traditions since then, with friends, families and local communities getting together and lighting a large bonfire and setting off fireworks.…continue reading 4 brilliant Bonfire Night drinks
It’s the time of year where the daylight gets shorter, the nights get darker and colder, and Autumn is well underway. Coffee shops and bakeries are taking advantage of Halloween approaching, with themed drinks and treats to get people in the Halloween spirit.
Pumpkins have been a Halloween tradition for hundreds of years. Carving scary faces into pumpkins is a popular Halloween tradition that originated in Ireland and continues on to this day, often illuminated with candles.
Previously Jack-o-Lanterns had been carved out of potatoes or turnips – until Irish immigrants arrived in North America and discovered the bright orange squash plant.
Here’s some recipes and ideas you could try; mix and match them as you need, there’s sure to be something devilishly delicious to offer to your ghosts, witches and werewolf guests!
As with a lot of things these days, Moon Milk is one of the latest trends spreading like wildfire across the internet world, photos of peoples mugs flooding Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.…continue reading What on earth is Moon Milk?
Back for 2018, the tastiest week of the year is here, ready to fill your Monday to Friday with chocolatey-goodness. And we’ve got some new Chocolate-Coffee recipes for you to try out.
This drink doesn’t get its name from the Black Forest mountain range in south-western Germany, but from the speciality liquor of that region, known as “Schwarzwälder Kirsch(wasser)” and distilled from tart cherries.…continue reading It’s Chocolate Week 2018 – Tasty recipes to try
It’s that time of year again: the supermarkets, shops and retailers are promoting their Christmas themed offerings in store, online and on TV. It’s a wonderful time of year where friends and family come together.
As the days get colder, and darker earlier – a warm drink always helps braving low temperatures and gives you that fantastic festive feeling.
One of my favourite Christmas-themed delights is hot chocolate. I’ll drink it any time of year, but it tastes extra special when it’s festive themed, whether that’s a black forest gateau taste, gingerbread or eggnog.
Coffee shops can add something a little extra to their offerings over the Christmas period by using flavoured syrups to enhance and add new options – it’s always exciting to try things new, and a unique taste to try helps you stand out from the crowd.
Here are some winter-feel syrup flavours we offer for inspiration:
Give your customers a taste of pure Christmas spirit with some fantastically festive flavours. We stock over 45 different flavours of syrups, including Toffee Apple, Toasted Marshmallow, Pumpkin Spice and Gingerbread… Yum!
It’s unavoidable – Christmas is right around the corner, and we’ve brought back our fantastic Christmas Critter Cups to kick off the preparation season.
Last year these cups flew off the shelves at supersonic speed, we’re ready to take your order for the cutest Christmas cups in the world! Featuring some of the most adorable woodland creatures, we coined them our ‘Christmas Critters’ and they would love to meet your guests.…continue reading Christmas Critter Cups are Back!