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Irish Cream Mocha Smoothie

JoeWadsack’s Hot & Herby Lemon

Serves: 2

Serves: 1



• 4tbsp Irish cream liqueur

• ½ pint near boiling water

• 250ml organic whole milk

• 30 ml Rocks Lemon Squash

• 300g organic Greek yoghurt with honey

• Sprig fresh rosemary

• 4tbsp strong black organic coffee

• 3 sprigs of fresh thyme

• 60g organic plain chocolate, grated

• String or elastic band

• 1 tbsp organic cocoa powder, for dusting

Method: 1. Place all of the ingredients except the cocoa powder into a blender and blend until smooth 2. Divide the liquid between two glasses and dust with a little cocoa powder

Method: 1. Add half a pint of near boiling water to a mug or heat proof glass together with 30mls of lemon squash 2. Join a sprig of rosemary and three sprigs of fresh thyme with a piece of string or an elastic band and steep it in the drink for at least three minutes, or until its cool enough to drink Recipe with thanks to

GRAVESEND’S TEA ROOM TREND Leah Malin, a Senior Sales Negotiator at our Gravesend branch, says the town’s tea room culture is going from strength-tostrength: “Now we’re swapping beer gardens for cozy cafés, our tea rooms have a chance to shine. We love No. 84 Tearoom & Eatery and Pricilla’s Pantry both on Parrock Road – for their vintage china, traditional homebaked cakes and retro vibes. But don’t worry if you’re a Northfleet resident. Head to Marie’s Tea Room on the High Street, where the setting and menu is inspired by Marie’s Nan.”


Chai & Chocolate Latte

Espresso Chai Latte

Serves: 1

Serves: 1



• 3 tsps of Drink Me Chai Spiced Latte

• 4 tsps of Drink Me Chai Spiced Latte

• 1 tsp of good quality drinking chocolate

• 1 tsp espresso coffee powder

• 250ml of hot milk

• 250mls of milk

• Whipped cream • Grated chocolate

Method: 1. Mix the Drink Me Chai Spiced Latte with the good quality drinking chocolate 2. Add 250ml of hot milk and stir 3. Finish with whipped cream and grated chocolate

Method: 1. Put 4 teaspoons of Drink Me Spiced Latte into a mug 2. Add 1 level teaspoon of espresso coffee powder 3. Pour 250mls of milk into jug, heat in microwave or in a saucepan on the hob until hot 4. Pour onto spiced chai and espresso powder 5. Stir well and serve

“Nothing is more hearty – or British – than a roast dinner,” comments Ben Harrington, the Branch Manager at our Welling office. “We always hear good things about the Toby Carvery at Crook Log, while the Nag’s Head on the High Street also serves a classic Sunday roast. If you crave a carvery during the week, head to The Lord Kitchener on Wrotham Road, where roasts are served every single day. If you’re looking for something totally different, however, try one of two new Welling restaurants – Chupitos for tapas or Saray for Turkish dishes.”


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