Cut The Caff.

I have a confession. Although I myself am a passionate tea enthusiast proudly promoting its goodness to anyone that shows a slight interest, even I start to get those coffee cravings as the clock ticks towards that 9am slump. Working in a cafe it’s hard to resist when the smell
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origins.

Growing up, there was never a problem too big or too small that couldn’t be solved over a fresh cup of tea. So many of my favourite moments started with “I’ll put the kettle on”… and still do. It’s my favourite pastime – embracing both an art and tradition that
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Home.

There really is no place like it. Home looks different for everyone but feels the same when you walk in the door. It’s a place where you can return after days or even years away, knowing that a part of you will always belong there. We want to take this
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Red Days

The leaves are falling in London. Hyde park is carpeted in golden reds and yellows. The air is crisp and steam fills it with each breath. It’s the perfect excuse to rug up in boots and beanies and warm your hands with a cup of something hot and steaming. The
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Art House.

Barcelona’s tree lined mall La Rambla is buzzing with crowds of tourists, street artists and buskers. It’s a crazy mix of colour, culture and music. Pick any side street though and you will enter a fun-filled maze of quaint boutiques and quirky cafes, far removed from any sort of commercialism.
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Road to Nowhere

Rivers for streets and bridges for roads is the way of life for the people of Venice. The brick pathways that weave through the houses seem to run wherever they choose and occasionally just end; sometimes there’s a bridge, sometimes there’s not… but all the more fun to explore. Every
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Curious Adventures

The hills are very much alive riding through Austria’s glorious countryside! We cycle through dense green forest, until occasionally there is a clearing with a little Austrian village nestled away, complete with its own quaint church, school and humble cottages; all these little worlds tucked away in the dense woodlands.
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Tea & Tapestry

Walking along Izmir’s pier, soaking up the morning sun and the fresh sea air, the sun hasn’t been up for long, but already the day is in full swing and the crowded pier is buzzing. Fisherman line the wooden boards, reeling in the mornings catch, then scale, clean and barbecue
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Spice Bazaar

Rainbows of colour flow like a river through the market stalls. Dried spices hang from the canvas roof tops filling the air with an aroma you can taste. Roasted nuts and dried fruits come at you from every direction for sampling. Bartering can be heard as all the voices roll
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Pianos & Pastels

Prague’s true spirit is still very much alive in its old town square. Bare-chested men in leather and fur belt out traditional music with deep vocals and percussion. The charcoal smells fill the centre square with hearty potato dishes and barbecued meat being cooked from wooden stalls. Horses and carts
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Whitewashed Paradise

Big white pavers set in grey rubble map out the maze that this Island is. Originally built to confuse the pirates in the 16th century, the streets of Mykonos are a wonderful place to find yourself lost. The square white houses with aqua trim and matching blue doors line each
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Hungary. Gentle. Giant.

The stoney streets of Budapest are blanketed with a gentle quiet. There’s a peacefulness in the atmosphere that you don’t expect from such a populated city, yet the calmness is evident. The old buildings stand tall, lining the many pathways that mark out this grand place.The city’s architecture carries the
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The Space Between

Training through the Swiss Alps into Jungfrau was like entering another world. The deeper we travelled, the greener the grass, the taller the trees, the grander the mountains, the whiter the snowy peaks. It truly is majestic. The Swiss are a very innovative people. High regard is given to anything
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a French Earl Grey

If the grand old buildings, geranium flower boxes and cobblestone streets aren’t enough to make you fall in love with Paris, then its food and culture will definitely sway you! Walking through the streets of Montmartre is like walking through a picture book. Artists line the stony streets, along with
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tea&travel

Tea has a history that goes centuries back, it’s one of the oldest yet most popular drinks in todays world. Every country has it’s own heritage, and its own way of serving and appreciating it. There’s so much we can learn from our friends on the other side, and over the
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