Inspired by cooking school lessons in classic French pastry and dessert making, Orange Brûlée is delicious and full-flavoured; a sweet tooth soother without the sugar or calories.
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Reflecting on our first year in business in 2016, and revealing our goals for 2017.
Over the past few months, post-launch, Jasmin and I have been refining our creative vision of Endeavour Tea and its product offerings. We decided to focus on value, choice and versatility. As a result, we are very happy to release three new products: Kraft Tubes, Tea Chests and Tea Bundles.
Summer Sonnet is an ode to a weekend on the Australian coast, on a clear, breezy and warm summer's day. It speaks of a time when the jasmine blossoms on every street corner are pert trumpets of perfume, and the spring blossoms on citrus trees are overdue with the promise of new fruit.
The concept for Cherry Sour was one of the first tisane blends we ever devised at Endeavour Tea. Officially, the goal was to come up with an all-natural tisane inspired by grenadine, a non-alcoholic bar syrup traditionally made from pomegranate juice, sugar and water.
In formulating our own take on a traditional favourite, we took into consideration our personal, informed and informal research of preference into expectations and desires for a breakfast blend.
A short time ago from the time of writing, I was commissioned for a custom blend for the Knitting for Provenance event, co-hosted by Megan of Wool Days and Lara of LoveWalkEatSee. The brief specifically requested the use of Victorian-grown ingredients only, with a preference for organic. Naturally, we jumped at the opportunity to provide tea for what promised to be a beautiful afternoon of knitting with Australian wool, sampling local delicacies and soaking up the picturesque setting of the Victorian countryside.