Drinks Menu

Black Teas £2.30

To make black tea, the leaves are rolled after natural withering, which releases enzymes in the sap which begins the oxidation process, darkening the leaves creating a fuller, richer taste with more body and strength. Leaf tea should be brewed for 2-3 minutes if drunk without milk and 3-5 minutes if drunk with milk

House Blend Breakfast Tea

A refined blend suitable for any time of day

Orange Pekoe Assam

The orange pekoe leaves from tea from the Assam region. ( no oranges in sight, this is simply the grade of leaf on the plant and refers to the leaf just under the tip)

Second flush Darjeeling

A sophisticated clean, smooth tea,great to try without milk

Lapsang Souchong

Using the ripe souchong leaves, this tea is then smoked over pine which leaves a classic smoky taste perfect for those peaty whisky lovers

Earl Grey

Whole leaf Ceylon tea flavoured with natural Bergamot and Cornflowers. Try this mixed with some Lapsang Souchong for a smoky Earl Grey.

Builders Breakfast Tea

An everyday blend of ground tea leaves just done well and without the bag to truly experience a proper cuppa tea

Floral tea

This is a great alternative to Earl Grey. A China black tea blended with rose and passionfruit

Green Teas £2.30

Green teas are the same leaves as those used to make black tea, but in this instance they are fired or steamed after withering which stops any oxidation taking place. They are always drank without milk and are lower in caffeine than black teas

Gunpowder Green

This tea has a naturally sweet but earthy flavour and is a classic Chinese tea

Lanxi Mao Feng

With a less grassy taste, this tea is a great introduction to drinking green tea and is exceptionally high in antioxidants

Beautiful tea

It might be suggested drinking this makes you feel like a princess Sencha Green tea blended with mallow, sunflower, rosebuds and vanilla

Moroccan Mint Tea

Choose one of our green teas and mix it with peppermint tea for a refreshing and uplifting brew

Oolong Tea £2.30

Sitting between black and green tea, Oolong is semi oxidised and allowed to wither slightly. The amount of oxidation then results in how Oolong teas are classified giving us the sweeter and vegetal green oolongs and the dark and robust black oolongs.

White Tea £2.30

White teas are closest to the natural leaf as they are picked and then dried or quickly pan fired so no oxidation takes place. They are lower in caffeine than green teas and have a very light and refreshing taste.

Pai Mu Tan White tea

A rare tea made from small delicate buds with a floral and smooth flavour.

 

Herbal and Fruit Teas £2.30

Red Bush Rooibos Tea

Rooibos Tea with blood orange

Perfect Peppermint

Chamomile Tea

Cranberry and Apple Tea

Relaxing tea Chamomile, mint and lavender

Coffee

All our coffees are made with a double shot to emphasise the rich flavour of our house blend which is 60% Arabica/40% Robusta

Espresso short and strong £2

Americano-Espresso topped with hotwater £2

Macchiato Espresso topped with a little foamed milk £2

Latte-Espresso with steamed and foamed milk £2.40

Cappuccino -Espresso with foamed milk £2.40/£2.80

Flat White – a short latte! £2.40/£2.80

Hot Chocolate

We use the same Belgian chocolate that we use in all our baking to make a fabulous hot chocolate

Dark or White £2.80

With cream and marshmallows £3

Starkeys Apple Juices £2.50

Starkeys farm is on our doorstep in Southwell and their juices are lovely

Bramley apple  or Discovery Apple

Folkingtons Juice £2.50

Orange, Pink Lemonade, Pear

Still or Sparkling water £2

Elderflower Presse £2.40

Coke, diet coke, 7up £1.70