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Tea pairing is all about trying new things - and believe it or not this spicy Jamaican Beef Stew works intriguingly well with a citrusy cup of Earl Grey alongside. Try this recipe by @neyskitchen.official made with spices from Spice Kitchen UK.
In honour of Her Majesty the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, mixologists at Ahmad Tea have created this delicious tea infused cobbler mocktail recipe combining the citrusy notes of the Queen's favourite tea blend, Earl Grey, with tangy pink grapefruit. Hold your own jubilee drinks party and raise a glass to Her Majesty!
Something for cinnamon lovers - try this superb pairing of spicy Cinnamon Caramel Apples and Shortcakes with our comforting Rooibos & Cinnamon. Natasha MacAller’s recipe, with spices from Spice Kitchen UK, makes a delicious dessert for cold weather. Give the recipe a try yourself.
What could be better than pairing fabulous Mexican sweet and savoury tacos with a hearty cup of tea? The aromatic, almost citrusy tang of our famous Cardamom black tea makes a tasty accompaniment to this rich, slow cooked Birria Taco recipe by @sanjcooks, made with spices from @spicekitchenuk.
Ever tried pairing tea with curry? Now is the time. Try this sensationally spicy Sri Lankan prawn curry recipe by @neyskitchen.official with @spicekitchenuk spices, alongside our fresh and fragrant Green Tea. The versatile delicate, light tea makes a fine palate cleanser to the punchiness of the Sri Lankan spices.
Our Cinnamon Haze black tea superbly complements this cinnamon-rich traditional Moroccan Lamb Tagine, created by Spice Kitchen’s Sanjay Aggarwal. Try this simple recipe and let us know how you get on.
This cauliflower, turmeric and coconut curry tastes sublime alongside a steamy cup of Immune infusion – packed full of aromatic spices. Try this recipe from Mithi Ahmed aka The Daal Diaries, with spices from @spicekitchenuk.
The final recipe in our 'Spices of Christmas' series with Spice Kitchen UK, this citrusy Semolina & Fenugreek Cake with Orange Blossom, by Reem Kassis, is something special to try during the festive period. Enjoy a slice or two with our golden Ceylon Tea, as part of a light and refreshing Middle Eastern-inspired dessert.
Fifth in our 'Spices of Kitchen' series – try this Dairy Free Gingerbread & Hot Chocolate Cake, by Nila Ross, and enjoy a slice (or two) with our aromatic Winter Charm infusion. Made with Gingerbread Hot Chocolate from Spice Kitchen UK, this recipe makes a deliciously indulgent winter treat.
A hearty Shredded Jerk Chicken burger packed full of flavours of the Caribbean. This recipe is our fourth in the 'Spices of Christmas' series with Spice Kitchen UK, created by Sanj Singh Parmar. Not your typical food and tea pairing, but we found the sweetness of Apple Refresh tea superbly balanced out the heat from the chillis and spices.
The third recipe in our 'Spices of Christmas' series with Spice Kitchen UK - this Saffron Chia Muesli, by Mira Manek, makes a beautiful breakfast, especially when paired with our Vanilla Tranquility black tea. The creaminess of the muesli matches the sweet scent of Vanilla and fruit for a gloriously tasty start to the day.
The second tea pairing in our 'Spices of Christmas' series with Spice Kitchen UK, this is chef Hari Ghotra's family recipe and makes a great addition to any mealtime. The traditional Indian spices - ginger and cumin pair wonderfully with Ahmad Tea's Chai Spice. Enjoy samosas and chai for a breakfast that will make your day.