Autumn Comfort Food Favourites

A few weeks ago, we shared a lovely winter warmer recipe for the perfect Dirty Chai Latte, by our resident blogger Sal Godfrey, featuring Henny & Joe’s chai and Roundhill Roastery coffee. Now that the clocks have gone back and the nights are drawing in, it got us thinking about a few of our other…

Eating Well & Doing Good, with Taste of Bath

At Taste of Bath, we’re proud to work with every single one of our producers – they all bring something special and worth celebrating to our hampers, whether they’re talented artisans creating delicious treats themselves, or keen foodies seeking out unmissable delicacies and bringing them to market. But did you know that some of them…

The Tradition of the Christmas Hamper

Mention Christmas treats to anyone and there’s a good chance they’ll think of a Christmas hamper, piled high with indulgent edible goodies. But why do we associate hampers with the festive season? Like a lot of our Christmas traditions, it all goes back to the Victorians, who had a huge influence on the way we…

The Perfect Dirty Chai

As the weather gets gradually more grey and gloomy, Henny & Joe’s Chai with its hints of Christmas spice starts to call to me from the cupboard. Combine it with frothy milk and a shot of Roundhill Roastery coffee, and you’ve got what’s known as a dirty chai latte – a cosy winter warmer that…

Local Food Tasting at Rossiters of Bath!

As we mentioned in our previous blog post, Bath is currently in the middle of the Great Bath Feast, a fabulous festival celebrating the very best local food & drink. It’s pretty much the perfect fit for Taste of Bath, so naturally we had to get stuck in with our own event, and last Saturday…