These are all the posts that have been tagged with UK.
I was going to discuss aspects of Sintercafé (9-12 November), this week as I have just returned, but during the conference the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) released its long-awaited decision regarding the World Championships in Dubai in 2018.
Japanese green tea is world renowned, but now it has some competition. Although small, black tea production is a growing industry in Japan and unlike green tea, is attracting young producers.
Flexicon Corporation has launched a 157-page German language website to support the company’s factory-direct sales office in Aschaffenburg, Germany.
Miles Tea & Coffee Merchants is hosting a coffee morning and tea party at their Vale Road, Porlock Roastery (TA24 8PU) on 7 September, to benefit St. Margaret’s Hospice.
Siren Craft Brew has launched of a quartet of new beers that have been developed to highlight the diversity, intensity and personality of the humble coffee bean.
“Time to make the donuts!” When I learned that Dunkin’ Donuts is planning to drop “Donuts” from its name in a test, the phrase “Time to make the donuts!” immediately popped into my mind as it is from my favorite old Dunkin’ Donuts commercials.
Luxury hotels and spas chain, Condé Nast Johansens, has selected Hoogly Tea as its hospitality tea partner.
The coffee-growing landscape across South America, the world’s biggest coffee-producing region, is changing.
Portuguese coffee manufacturer, JMV Group has appointed Café Crema as the UK distributor of its Torrié range of coffee blends.
Organic beverage brand Honest has launched its first UK integrated marketing campaign as sales continue to grow since it was launched last year.
Roastworks Coffee Co., an independent specialty coffee roaster located in Devon, UK, has launched five items in UK-based retailer, Waitrose.
For the third consecutive year, Nestlé, maker of the Nescafé Azera coffee brand, has teamed up with Crown Aerosols & Speciality Packaging Europe, for the launch of a series of limited-edition tins.
As growing numbers of people in Central and Eastern Europe welcome the Western coffee shop culture, the number of coffee chains across the region continues to expand.
The new Hoogly Tea brand has been established with a mission of providing consumers with a feeling of comfort and well-being.