TABLE Delish apple and raspberry drinks Discover the next best thing to drinking water with the Delish range of drinks from Ellenni Foods that are non-sugary, noncarbonated, light and refreshing. Made from organic apple and raspberry extract, the drinks do not leave a sugary after-taste like artificially sweetened drinks do. Delish ticks all the boxes for an ice-cold drink to quench your thirst. With Delish, you can chill it, shake it or even add a slice of lemon or lime, and it’s ready to enjoy! Available from www.ellennifoods.com.au
Vanilla chai herbal tea Pukka Herbal Tea has created this delicious, caffeine-free vanilla chai with sweet, warming herbs for you to enjoy. The tea contains a mix of six organic and three Fairtrade certified herbs sourced from small, independent farmers around the world. Each is renowned for helping to bring a bit of sweetness into your life. Enjoy cinnamon and ginger, cardamom and fennel or licorice and vanilla.
Rose bud tea
Preparation: Infuse the tea bag for at least five minutes in freshly boiled water.
There is nothing quite like a good cup of tea and the Silva Spoon at Cotton Tree have one to suit all tastes. The small independently owned family business has managed to capture a niche market on the Coast. Not only do they serve great tea but they also love to educate their customers on tea and it’s amazing health benefits. With 99 blends of tea (including the delicate rose bud tea pictured), there is a flavour to suit every taste.
Available at Grub Organics, Pacific Paradise www.gruborganics.com.au
Available at the Silva Spoon, Cotton Tree www.thesilvaspoon.com.au
Burnt whipped marmalade jam The Long Apron Restaurant at Spicers Clovelly Estate has a brigade of talented chefs, led by Executive Chef Cameron Mathews’, proudly producing dishes that tantalize guests’ taste buds with their innovative take on favourite foods. One of the most popular creations to come from the kitchen is their burnt whipped marmalade jam. This popular and delicious jam is served daily at breakfast alongside their sweet, homemade, strawberry jam, and is an excellent accompaniment to their fresh croissants. With every creation, there is a story behind its inception! One of the kitchen apprentices was given the task to make the marmalade. A few distractions later, the pot containing 20kg of the orange marmalade was burnt! To Cameron’s horror, he decided he was not going to let the burnt marmalade go to waste, and decided to whip the marmalade like no other. Thank goodness he did! The marmalade has now become a well-known creation among guests, with many purchasing their own jar to take home. Available at Spicers Tamarind, Maleny www.spicersgroup.com.au
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