Tea Break Blog
The Breakfast Club add Joe’s Tea Co. to the menu
Don’t be fooled by the name, The Breakfast Club does more than serve a tasty breakfast. With five sites across London (Hoxton, Angel, Soho, Spitalfields and the newly opened Battersea) they serve brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks and have just added our teas to the menu. We love The Breakfast Club and we can’t recommend…
The Other Art Fair
Joe’s Tea was served at The Other Art Fair in London this weekend and we were lucky enough to head down and take a look. TOAF supports independent artists by giving them a platform to sell their work to a captive audience of art lovers passionate about buying direct from up and coming talent.
Tweed Run Afternoon Tea
The quintessentially, quirky and British Tweed Run celebrated it’s fifth year in April. The cycle ride winds through the streets of central London with all the participants wearing tweed. With tea being the most traditional of British refreshments the day would not be complete without a spiffing tea party, supplied by yours truly.
Street Feast – Kingsland Road
Street Feast is back and we’ll be serving freshly brewed tea every Friday evening at The Brew Bar with our good friends Terrone Coffee Co. Located in an old Travis Perkins yard just up the road, called Merchant Yard, it’s free every Friday evening and stacked full of London’s best street food and drink traders. Ben…
Mother Clucker Collaboration
Never trust someone who says they don’t like fried chicken… it’s clucking awesome. Especially when twice fried by new kids on the block Mother Clucker. It’s genuine Southern inspired chicken marinated in a sweet tea brine (can you guess where they get the tea from?) and coated in buttermilk with a secret blend of spices….
Ruby’s – Spring Menu Launch
We’re a fan of cocktails at Joe’s Tea Co and we like to experiment with our tea of a weekend but no one does it quite like Ruby’s. It’s in the heart of hipster Dalston but it’s a proper cocktail bar with seats, table service and a seasonal menu to knock your socks off. This Spring…
Rumble in the Jumble
The Music Circle is organising a charity jumble sale in association with Oxfam on January 26, with celebrity donations from Paloma Faith, Tinie Tempah, Dermot O’Leary, Bat For Lashes, Jessie Ware, Fearne Cotton, Daisy Lowe, Alison Mosshart, Anna Calvi, Gemma Cairney, Annie Mac, Stooshe, Claudia Winkleman, Lucy Rose, Little Boots, Zara Martin, House of Holland,…