At Solaris we are constantly trying to bring you tea solutions that meet your business needs. With this in mind we are developing a range of luxury gift packages for Christmas. We’re in the process of putting together an exciting gift range- find out more about what we will have to offer here.
Our customers are leaping on the Matcha-wagon. It’s versatility covers a range of drinks and here we discuss how the Matcha craze is starting to take off and why you should consider offering Matcha to your clients.
Dawn is our resident beauty expert and here she talks beau-tea! She’ll be keeping you posted on new ways to improve your beauty regime using our favourite drink - TEA! This month she talks skin care and you’ll be surprised at how quick and simple this tidbit is.
In order to bring you the perfect cup of tea, pure from leaf to cup, Joerg journeys to far off plantations to sample the best tea leaves in the business. Read about the Longjing Plantation and the delicious teas he sampled and brought back.
Solaris are incredibly excited to announce that we will shortly be introducing the innovative Rooibos Espresso to our range. This is a perfect, caffeine-free, healthy alternative to coffee (prepared in your semi-automatic coffee machine just like an espresso) and can be used for Espresso, Cappuccino, Americano and Lattes, to name but a few.
Rooibos is definitely a win-win tea. It has a huge amount of antioxidants but is naturally caffeine free. Besides the fact that it is incredibly healthy, it also tastes amazing and can be used for many different culinary purposes, including baking. For this reason we bring you a delicious recipe for Rooibos Cookies. Use plain Rooibos, or we suggest Solaris Rooibos Cacao Chai to spice it up a little....
This Paddy’s day why not shy away from the stereotypical pint of Guinness and treat yourself to a unique and exciting Iced Green Tea Mojito....
The Solaris team are thrilled to introduce our new Cooking Grade Matcha Range, available in Vanilla flavour.
In 1954, Nestle first introduced the slogan “Have a break…. Have a kit kat!” Since then it has been one of the chocolate bars of choice for people all over the world when taking a tea break. In Japan, its possible to have a tea break without the tea, by snacking on a tea flavoured Kit Kat.
A Buddhist Monk introduced tea to Japan in the 6th Century. By the year 1200 Japanese Zen priest Eisai, wrote the first book on tea (“Kissa Yojoki” or translated: “Book of Tea“).He described the tea plant and stressed the important health benefits of green tea for vital organs such as the heart and the brain.
This gorgeous recipe comes from Bob McDonald at Yes Chef Magazine. Yes Chef Magazine publishes intriguing articles and fantastic recipes from renowned chefs worldwide.