Despite the intimidating sound of the name, the cold brew method is perhaps the most straightforward of all.
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A gelatine-set dessert containing the right amount of sweetness and earthiness of vanilla, counterbalanced by ginger and cardamom.
A Cherry Sour cordial as the base for your very own inspired cocktail, mocktail or popsicle mix — use it as part of a tangy fruit punch or enjoy it as it is.
Treat your guests with home-made Tropical Slice granita with lychee, a shaved ice dessert that is fat free and full of summer fruit flavour. In this recipe, we steep the tea little bit longer and at a slightly higher concentration to allow the wonderful mango, coconut and sencha flavours to come through.
There's nothing quite like enjoying an intensely strong, milky cup of Assam-based tea, a slice of buttered toast and a couple of soft boiled eggs as a hearty breakfast meal. This is a description of a typical indulgence for Jasmin and I when visiting Singapore and Malaysia. The beverage is called...
Got a few hours to spare on a super hot day? While iced and cold brew teas hold their own appeal, there is something irresistible about the simplicity of ice brewed green tea. Take a handful of ice cubes, a teaspoon full of your favourite, quality Japanese-style green tea and...
Make your own Summer Sonnet tea cocktail with a few mint leaves, a helping of Chambord, a twist of citrus and fresh ice cubes arranged into a glass pitcher.
Whatever you name it, and however you pronounce it, there is simply no other dessert quite as satisfying nor as versatile as the humble rice pudding. Just about every nation on Earth has a variation incorporating local preferences and flavours such as cinnamon quills, lemon peel, alcohols, preserved fruits and even vegetable gums.
Ever thought of making your own herbal blend but not really sure where to start? Homemade herbal teas or tisanes (the proper term, pronounced “tee-sahn”) make great gifts for friends, family, or enjoyed just by yourself. All it takes is a little bit of patience, some basic equipment, a good dose of imagination and some quality ingredients.