Recipe Of The Week – Chai Latte

Ingredients:
5cl espresso
2cl chaï tea syrup 1883
12cl hot full-cream milk

Method:
Frost the glass rim with caster sugar and ground cinnamon. Pour in the syrup, add the espresso, and top with the milk (heated with a steam wand, but not foamed). Decorate with a coffee bean and cinnamon (stick or powder).

Dont forget to visit our online shop for all the syrup choices you require to make that perfect drink for you.

Source: Maison Routin 1883

Recipe of the week – Honey Cinnamon Vienesse

This flavoured coffee is perfect for those of you who like to try something that bit different. Its a Vienesse speciality with an added spicy twist, and its cosy nature ensures that you can wind down at the end of a busy day at work. Full of rich and intense flavour!

  • 2cl honey
  • 21cl cinnamon syrup
  • 5cl espresso
  • Whipped cream flavoured with 1883 cinnamon syrup

Method

Pour the honey and cinnamon syrup into a large cup, add espresso and cinnamon flavoured whipped cream and then sprinkle with cinnamon powder.

Enjoy this luscious treat!

 

Recipe of the week – Intense Chocolate Orange

Those with a sweet tooth will adore this weeks’ recipe, with Intense Chocolate Orange aiming to find a place in your hearts. We all know that summer in this country can be a bit of a letdown, so cheer yourself up with this stunning hot drink. Even the picture makes you drool in delight, so wait till you try it.

  • 3 pumps Sweetbird chocolate sauce
  • 1 pump Sweetbird Orange syrup
  • Steamed milk

Method

Put the sauce and syrup in a cup and mix well. Top up with steamed milk and serve.

And don’t forget, you can purchase all your syrups from our online refreshment shop; www.refreshmentshop.co.uk

 

The quality of coffee starts right from the beginning

Good coffee vastly depends on how well it is harvested from the start, so it’s no understatement to say that this is one of the most important parts of its production. There are two ways in which the cherries can be selected and the most common one is simply manually picking. This is where the farmer will take their time in checking each cherry for maximum ripeness, to which they will then take each one manually. While this is the slower option of the two, it does guarantee of a high quality cherry to which will then produce equally fantastic coffee.

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