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Speciality Teas and Coffees

New in

Our great new hot chocolate made by Hotel Chocolat, pure grated finest chococlate blended with milk to produce a fantastic tasting proper hot chocolate

Try classic, milky or the best selling salted caramel

 

 

Our Tea

Assam breakfast Indian black tea - the ultimate breakfast tea

Earl Grey - whole leaf Ceylon black scented with bergamot

Organic Jade Sword A whole leaf organic green tea, picked in Hunan province, China

Peppermint Quite possibly the best peppermint tea in the world. Whole peppermint leaves create an incredibly fresh, purifying cup.

Fruit punch Whole fruit infusion,absolutely bursting with fresh berry taste.

Lemon and ginger Warmth of ginger and peppercorns, freshness of lemon and a lingering after taste of liquorice root.

CO2 Decaffienated A black tea blended

All our teas are available to buy direct from Brew tea in loose leaf, pyramid bags and presentation & gift box sets, just go to the http://brewteacompany.co.uk/

 

Our Coffee

 

All the Refectory coffee is fairtrade- we can produce lattés, cappuccinos, Americanos and espressos with whole milk, soya milk or 1% milk, decaffeinated or with caffeine with a selection of flavourings if the mood takes you.

 

We use 100% roasted Arabica beans which are a species of coffee originally indigenous to the mountains of the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia. It is also known as the "coffee shrub of Arabia", "mountain coffee" or "arabica coffee". Coffee arabica is believed to be the first species of coffee to be cultivated, being grown in southwest Ethiopia for well over 1,000 years. It is said to produce better tasting coffee than the other major commercially grown coffee species, Coffea canephora (robusta), because robusta cherries contain twice as much caffeine as arabica. Caffeine itself has a bitter taste, making robusta more bitter than arabica beans.

 

Our suppliers donate a percentage of their sales to the Coffee for Kids charity which is an organisation that helps improve the lives and livelihood of coffee farming families throughout Latin America.