All things drink – recipes, buying guides, visits to producers.

48 Hours in Brussels | Where to Eat, Drink, Shop & Sleep

When it comes to tourism in Belgium, Brussels gets a bad rap. Go to Bruges, they say, for the picturesque canals and mediaeval centre. Go to Antwerp, they say, for world class art and hipster fashion. Go to Ghent, they say, for more of the same plus cycling too. Go to Ypres, they say, for ... Read more »

Home Made White Cherry Rum Liqueur

White cherries aren’t really white; they’re gorgeous pale yellow blushed with rose.    Fortunately for me, the small fruit stall just outside the office where I currently work has had them on sale recently and I’ve purchased so many the stall holder probably assumes I’m a weird cherry addict. When I told him this bag ... Read more »

Eat & Drink St Pancras International

Following a recent invitation to discover some of the food and drink highlights available at St Pancras International station, Pete and I had a lovely morning visiting Benugo’s Espresso Bar, Searcys Champagne Bar and Sourced Market.     Unlike the downstairs branch of Benugo, the upstairs coffee bar (near the Martin Jennings sculpture of poet ... Read more »

The Bluebird Tea Company

I’m not usually a fan of fruit teas, not least because what are so often described as such are not teas at all but fruit infusions. Call me a stickler but I like to call a spade a spade, a tea a tea and an infusion an infusion… Real fruit teas (containing fruit and tea) ... Read more »

Hydros Filtering Water Bottle

I don’t order bottled water in restaurants. We are fortunate enough to live in a country with safe, clean and reasonably plentiful drinking water. It strikes me as crazy to pay (financially and environmentally) to drink bottled water instead. There’s an argument for those who prefer carbonated, in which case buying fizzy bottled water is ... Read more »

Momo Cha: Reader Discount Code

It’s no secret that I love great tea and I’ve shared many fantastic tea suppliers here on Kavey Eats over the years. A recent find from the BBC Good Food Show was Momo Cha – their High Mountain Oolong tea absolutely blew me away when I first tasted it and every single time I brewed ... Read more »