Is there such a thing as being TOO delicious? Dangerously delicious? Ridiculously delicious? If so, our Summer Berry Tea fits the bill.
Organic and fair trade, our Summer Berry tea is an intense summer flavour, full of dried berries and good-for-you herbal teas. Which means it's caffeine-free :) Which means it's great for kids.
Like all Rishi teas, Summer Berry tea can be re-infused over again. The ingredients are so fresh and such a high quality, they hold their flavour for more than one infusion. Check out the slideshow for some great ideas:
Makers and Merchants, imported from the UK
Steeped in cinnamon, nutmeg and elderberry juice, this rich mulled wine syrup creates a beautiful batch of mulled wine. 1 part syrup, 8 parts wine, gently heat and enjoy!
You can use it for a punch base, as well... or add a splash to champagne. For kids, add a bit to sparkling water or ginger ale.
Mulled Cider Syrup is also non-alcoholic and wonderfully aromatic. The syrup is infused with clove, star anise, nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla and a squeeze of citrus and pomegranate.
Mix one part syrup with 6 parts cider or apple juice, gently warm through and enjoy. Add a bit to stewed fruits or pies... basically use it like you would any other syrup: add to hot chocolate, drizzle on pancakes or ice cream.
Makers and Merchants is an English traditional gourmet brand, and their products are amazing. We love having these syrups in the Christmas season!
Makers & Merchants, imported from England.
Grind the almonds and the basil in a food processor to obtain a paste, slowly adding a little oil. Add the tomatoes little by little, until the pesto is a good pink color. Add salt & pepper to taste. Add the clove of garlic to your pesto for a few hours, then remove. Cook and drain the pasta al dente, and mix it with the pesto off the heat. Serve with grated parmesan cheese on the side.
This extraordinary olive oil comes from Italy, to New York, to us. It is low in acidity, has a smooth texture, and offers the fresh flavors of green tomato, artichoke, lemon, and a peppery finish.
The Aeropress uses a combination of pressure and heat to extract the coffee. Any of Cupper's coffees are excellent made in the Aeropress. We suggest the Ethiopian Yrgecheffe, our Mexican Chiapas Dark Roast, or for a more mellow flavour, our Old World Blend Café Barcelona.
How to Make
With very little effort,
you can enjoy the
of middle eastern tea.
Mix 2 tbsp chai, 1 cup water and 1 cup milk into a saucepan.
Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes.
Remove from heat and stir in your sweetener -
sugar, honey, brown sugar....to suit your tastes.
Strain into a mug or carafe, and enjoy.
Easy Alternate Method:
Heat only the water with the Chai, and steep as you would any tea. Strain the liquid and THEN add your warmed milk. This way, you can put your chai leaves in the fridge and re-use them!
Super Easy Alternate Method:
Use one of our amazing all-natural, organic chai tea concentrates: half chai, half warmed milk. For an amazing iced drink, just use cold milk and add some ice. Delish!!
Indian Mysore has been one of Cupper's most popular coffees. Medium-bodied with a bright, pleasant acidity, this coffee has slight hints of spice and nuttiness which give it an exotic finish.
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