With its clean and fresh flavour, tea partners food like no other hot drink. And it's also an exciting and versatile cooking ingredient. Enjoy.
It shouldn’t work, but it does. Salty, crispy bacon teamed up with sweet maple syrup, on light spongy pancakes. Try this riot of flavours with Redbush tea.
A light, refreshing and delicate sorbet, served here as a dessert with apple puree and whipped cream. We’ve used camomile tea for the sorbet, mixed with elderflower.
A variation on the traditional French dessert, we’ve used prunes soaked in tea. Golden-brown on top, and slightly wobbly, it is usually served lukewarm with a dusting of icing sugar.
These small sushi rolls have rice on the outside and ‘nori’ seaweed in the centre, around the filling. Try a green tea with them, which complements perfectly the clean, natural ingredients of this sushi. In Japan, green tea usually comes at the end of the meal.
A different take on a classic cake, this lemon sponge has polenta to give it extra bite. The zingy lemon flavour also works perfectly with the nuttiness of Redbush tea.
A classic summer partnership of flavours, made even more delicious when served with a refreshing cup of green tea.
The diet can wait. This rich ‘slab’ of shortbread, caramel and chocolate layers is simply delicious with light fruit and herbal infusions, such as peppermint.
These are little Indian lamb parcels sprinkled with black onion seeds, served with a refreshing yoghurt, cucumber and mint dip. They’re perfect as a mid-afternoon snack, and go beautifully with Redbush tea.
These crunchy, oaty biscuits are studded with raisins to add a delicious chewiness. And they’re never better than when dunked into a mug of the classic Tetley blend.
A beautiful combination of soft peaches in vanilla and white wine syrup, with a rich mascarpone and Amaretto cream. Try it with a cup of smoky Redbush tea - delicious with the almond flavour of the Amaretto.
A light and summery dessert with an irresistible contrast of tart rhubarb and sweet, creamy vanilla custard. Try it with green tea and allow the natural flavour of the rhubarb to sing out.
Crisp, golden-battered fish, chunky homemade chips - and washed down with a steaming cup of freshly brewed Tetley tea. Perfect.
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