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Earl Grey and Peach Iced Tea

Quench your thirst with this refreshing and delicious Earl grey and peach iced tea.Serves 8Ingredients: 4 Mazawattee Earl Grey tea bags8 cups water2 sliced fresh peachesFresh mint leaves to garnishSugar (optional) Instructions: Put 4 tea bags, 8 cups of room temperature or cold water. and sugar (optional) into a glass container.Cold brew the tea by putting the container in the fridge for 8 hours or overnight. This way, you will create a sweeter and smoother tasting tea. Remove tea bags and add t...

June 9, 2019

Gin and Tea

Impress your guests with this delicious gin and green tea cocktail with strawberry and orange!For 1 cocktailIngredients: For the cocktail 1 Mazawattee Green Tea tea bag2 cups of water30ml gin15ml Campari drink2 cups of cold water2 tbsp orange juice2 tbsp strawberry syrupFresh strawberries and orange slices to garnish For the strawberry syrup 1/2 cup water250g chopped strawberries4 tbsp granulated sugarJuice of 1 lemon Instructions: For the strawberry syrup In a small pan, add all ingredients for...

June 7, 2019

Earl Grey Blueberry Muffins

Have a go at baking these delicious and aromatic Earl Grey blueberry muffins for a sweet and zesty savoury treat.Yields 20 muffinsIngredients: 3 Mazawattee Earl Grey tea bags250ml whole milk125ml sunflower oil380g all-purpose flour200g fresh or frozen blueberries150g sugar125g plain yogurt3 large eggs2 tsp baking powder2 tsp ground cinnamonPinch of salt For the streusel topping 4 tbsp flour4 tbsp melted butter4 tbsp rolled oats4 tbsp sugar2 tsp ground cinnamon Instructions: Preheat your oven to ...

May 15, 2019

Green Tea and White Chocolate Cake

Green tea and white chocolate make for a perfect pair, so have a go at combing them into a delicious cake!Ingredients: For the cake 10 tbsp warm Mazawattee Green Tea300g sugar200g all-purpose flour16g baking powder6 egg yolks6 egg whites For the frosting 100ml Mazawattee Green Tea500ml heavy cream50ml milk200g white chocolate Instructions: Add 2 tea bags to 200ml of water. Bring to a boil and allow to brew for 3 minutes. Remove the tea bags and leave to the side.In a large bowl, mix together the...

April 13, 2019

Earl Grey Apple Roses

This Mother's Day, show your mum how much you care by making her these delicious Earl Grey apple roses.Makes 6 rosesIngredients: 1 Mazawattee Earl Grey tea bag1 cup of water2 red apples1 rectangular puff pastry4 tbsp sugar3 tbsp apricot preserveJuice of 1 small lemonCinnamon Instructions: Prepare your apples by washing them and cutting them in half. Remove the core and cut the apples in paper-thin slices. Leave the peel to give the red colour to your roses.Bring the water to a boil. Add the tea ...

March 30, 2019

Green Tea and Berry Smoothie

Have a go at making this quick and easy green tea and berry smoothie to give you a healthy boost.Serves 2Ingredients: 2 Mazawattee Green Tea tea bags170ml water150g low fat yoghurt2 tsp chia seed2 tsp hemp seeds2 tsp honey2 medium bananas2 handfuls blueberries1 handful mixed berriesJuice from 1 orange Instructions: Bring the water to a boil.Add the green tea bags to the hot water and steep for 3 minutes. Remove the tea bags and leave to cool.Put all of the ingredients including the tea into...

March 24, 2019

ChocolaTEA Cake

Earl Grey tea and dark chocolate are a winning combination, so have a go at baking this delicious cake!Serves 8Ingredients: To make this recipe even easier, everything is made with a cup of 0.2 dL that you would normally use for milk or water. For the cake 1½ cup Mazawattee Earl Grey Tea at room temperature16g baking powder2 cups all-purpose flour1 cup brown sugar1 cup sparkling water1 cup sunflower oil3 tbsp wildberry marmalade2 tsp cocoa powder For the topping 50ml Mazawattee Earl Grey Tea wi...

January 26, 2019

Eggnog Tea

Have a sip of this! This delicious eggnog recipe using black tea will help you start your holiday celebrations with cheer.Serves 8 cupsIngredients: 4 Mazawattee Everyday tea bags700ml whole milk240ml heavy cream175ml brandy or rum (optional)130g cup granulated sugar5 eggs1 tsp cinnamon1 tsp freshly grated nutmeg, plus more to garnishWhipped cream Instructions: In a saucepan, combine the milk, cream, cinnamon, nutmeg and the tea bags. Bring to boil over medium heat. Remove from the heat and allow...

December 7, 2018

Earl Grey Layer Cake

Have your tea and eat it too! Have a go at making this delicious Earl Grey tea layer cake with mascarpone frosting.Ingredients: For the cake 4 Mazawattee Earl Grey tea bags300g sugar200g all-purpose flour16g baking powder 6 egg yolks6 egg whitesZest of 1 orange For the frosting 50ml Mazawattee Earl Grey tea with milk only500ml fresh cream500g mascarpone cheese200g powdered sugar¼ tsp nutmeg powder Instructions: Add the tea bags to 200ml of water. Bring to a boil and all...

November 24, 2018

English Breakfast Bread

Bread never tasted better! Have a go at making this tasty bread using English Breakfast tea.Ingredients: 2 Mazawattee English Breakfast tea bags375ml water500g strong whole wheat flour for the bread plus extra for dusting12g fresh yeast2 tsp flax seeds2 tsp sunflower seeds1 tsp olive oil1 tsp salt1 tsp sugar Instructions: Boil 175ml water. Pour it over the tea bags and allow to brew for 3 minutes. Remove the tea bags and leave to cool.In a large bowl, mix the flour, salt, sugar and seeds.In a sm...

November 15, 2018

Tea and Orange Zest Bundt Cake

Try your hands at baking this delicious bundt cake with black tea and orange zest.Ingredients: 2 Mazawattee Everyday tea bags150ml milk300g all-purpose flour200g sugar160g butter16g baking powder4 large eggsZest of 1 orangePowdered sugar for dusting Note: In order to make this bundt cake, it is necessary to have all of your ingredients at room temperature.Instructions: Pour the milk into a small saucepan and heat. Add the tea bags and leave to brew for 5 minutes. This way, the milk will absorb t...

October 24, 2018

Flavours and Origins

Tea is a wonderful thing. It was discovered in 2737 BC by Chinese emperor, Shen-Ning. Tea leaves accidentally blew into his pot of boiling water and thus tea was born. Tea comes in an assortment of flavours and is the most consumed beverage after water. All tea is made from the same plant, Camellia sinensis. This evergreen plant is grown in high and cool mountainous regions. The difference between teas is the way in which the leaves are processed.Black tea is the most common category. Black tea ...

March 7, 2018

Tea Gravy

One of the wonderful things about tea is that it is quite versatile. This means it can simply be enjoyed many different ways. Tea doesn’t have to be just for drinking! Another popular way to use tea is as an ingredient to cook with. Cooking with tea allows for more unique flavours in dishes and it doesn’t require a lot of work. In fact, most of the time you may find that tea actually will enhance a recipe you have.There are various methods when it comes to infusing recipes with tea. Here are...

December 17, 2017

Tea and Food Pairing

Cheese and chocolates are popular items to pair with tea but it can go beyond that! With tea and food pairing you want what is in your cup to compliment what is on your plate. For example, if you're drinking a tea with hints of seaweed, find a similar flavour to match your plate such as steamed green vegetables or even seafood. Here are some excellent pairings we recommend with the teas from our collection. Please note that when it comes to pairing tea with food there is no right or wrong. It is...

August 28, 2017

Tea, More than a Drink

Tea has so much more to give! Here are some natural and inexpensive tips using tea bags (even brewed ones!): For your eyes, place cooled, brewed green tea bags over the eyes to reduce swelling and soothe. For fresher breath, gargle using green tea. Make a bath by adding green tea bags to soften and nourish the skin. Condition your hair with green tea to nourish and soften and use black tea to dye hair. For minor burns, apply cooled, wet black tea bags over the affected area to draw...

May 11, 2017

Green Tea, Spicy and Nice

It will be no surprise to you to hear us say "We Love Tea", all kinds of tea, especially green tea. It has some truly amazing health benefits. It's higher in antioxidants than any other tea, it's great for your metabolism, brain, heart, nervous system and your digestive system. It's also incredibly good at balancing hormones. As we adjust to the clocks changing, the darker days and edging closer to winter, we thought we would help you out by sharing this great little recipe for a spicy t...

November 3, 2016

Benefits of Tea

Black tea is the most popular drink in the world next to water. Research suggests that black tea is high in antioxidants and can help prevent cardiovascular diseases and cancer, balance cholesterol levels and lower the risk of diabetes. It can also help improve blood circulation and the immune system. It can help keep bones strong, look after the kidneys and the respiratory system. It can even help improve mental stimulation and relax the body, help digestion and even look after the teeth and...

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