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BREW GUIDES

These guides serve as a good place to start

This is where we discuss the dark arts of brewing coffee and tea. Here you will find the hidden tips that will impress girls/boys/zes and the recipes that will make you look oh so smart. Look at you with your fancy brew!

Chai Latte – the classic!

  • Add 30 ml concentrate to a 250 ml cup.
  • Steam milk or your favourite substitute.
  • Sprinkle with a pinch of cinnamon if you like pretty things
  • Mix in and enjoy.

Gluhwein Tea

  • Brew hibiscus flower tea for 4 min
  • Add 30 ml of chai concentrate to the cup
  • Add a slice of fresh orange

Apple Pie Iced Fruit Tea

  • Add 30 ml of chai concentrate into a glass
  • Add Freshly juiced green apple (heated or cold)
  • stir and garnish

Mexicali hot chocolate

  • Add 2 – 3 pieces of a good quality dark chocolate to a 250ml cup.
  • Pour a small amount of steamed milk/boiled water over the chocolate to melt.
  • Add 30 ml of chai concentrate.
  • Top the cup up with the rest of your steamed milk

Dirty Mexican hot chocolate

  • Add 2 – 3 pieces of a good quality dark chocolate to a 250ml cup.
  • Add a single shot of espresso – (use Doubleshot beans if you have any sense)
  • Pour a small amount of steamed milk/boiled water over the chocolate to melt
  • Add 30 ml of chai concentrate
  • Top the cup up with the rest of your steamed milk
  • Dust with chilli powder

Coconut/Chai Freeze

  • 120 ml of coconut milk
  • Add 60 ml of chai concentrate.
  • 180ml of ice (full serving cup)
  • (Optional -Add raw cashew nuts )
  • Blend it until its smooth and has the consistency of soft serve. Adjust with extra coconut milk if its too stiff

 
Also delicious with milk/or milk substitute.

Chilly-Chai-EggNogg

  • 100 ml of custard
  • Add 60 ml of chai concentrate.
  • 120 ml of milk/milk substitute
  • Egg White – beaten till stiff
  • Optional shot of rum/whiskey, or more, depending on your guests
  • Few blocks of ice.

 
Put ice into a cup, pour custard over. Add the concentrate and booze. Incorporate the egg whites into the milk until its light and smooth. Pour the milk in last, and top with a sprinkle of nutmeg and cocoa.

Spicing Ginger Gin Cocktail

These are delicious and set to impress your friends. If your friends don’t like them, you can start the slippery road to alcoholism by drinking them alone. They are that worth it

  • A tumbler of ice blocks
  • Shot of decent gin. Don’t embarrass yourself with crappy gin, use something worthwhile. We like the Ginologist!
  • Shot of our chai concentrate.
  • Ginger beer! (Tonic water is also great)
  • Garnish. Even if you don’t dress like you care, you can at least make sure your drinks are presentable. We suggest a twist of orange.
  • Stir! Wave your hands over it and mutter magical incantations. Serve while everyone is still looking interested.

White Russian with chai

  • 2 Parts Chai Concentrate
  • 5 Parts Vodka
  • 3 Parts Fresh Cream or Full Cream
  • Few blocks of ice.

 
Put ice into a tumbler, try pouring the ingredients into the tumbler instead of straight into your mouth.

Rooibos Artisanal Concentrate Recipes

Brewed from natural ingredients for coffee, tea and mixology professionals. Use this versatile concentrate to make rooibos lattes, without damaging your espresso machine, and as many other beverage creations as you can imagine.

The concentrate has been formulated for ease of use and stock-keeping and works as a standard dose shot per latte.  Keep it refrigerated and shake the bottle before use. I can be added either pre-steaming, directly into the milks, or post steaming, into the beverage.

Rooibos Latte – the classic!

  • Add 30 ml concentrate to a 250 ml cup.
  • Steam milk or your favourite substitute.
  • Dust with cacao powder, or cinnamon to make pretty 
  • Drink Drink Drink!

Ginger Rooibos Warmer Tea

  • Grate some fresh Ginger, (about an inch)
  • Add the ginger to a cup of freshly boiled water (250 ml)
  • Add 30 ml of chai concentrate to the cup
  • Add a slice of lemon.
  • Enjoy!

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