When we stroll into a coffee shop and the rich aroma of freshly brewed coffee wisped around our noses’ edge, paired with a sweet touch of buttercream cake, exciting things happen. From cappuccinos to chai lattes, with the addition of a very trendy flat white, we all seem to know a lot about what types of coffees that are available to us, but there seems to be a sense of unknown when it comes to tea.
With the warm weather that we have recently been greeted with, there is no doubt that many of us are wanting to try and eat a little fresher and more in tune with what’s going on outside. This recipe is perfect for those people wanting something filling for lunch or tea but don’t want a sense of heaviness or guilt afterwards. This is the perfect dish to add some colour and flavour into a simple meal.
It is universally known that morning grogginess is one of the worst feelings to be welcomed with, as the dawn glow peaks through our curtains. If we were to get that sense of pure alertness every morning – the same feeling we used to get as children – would we still want to fill our bodies with the dark-chestnut, magical liquid that is more commonly known as coffee?