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Festive Delights

‘Tis the season to try all the festive delights.

It’s that time of year which means the new Christmas range of festive drinks are available, brought to you in our latest coffee cup design to add even more excitement and wonder. Just to get you in the festive mood and to add seasonal aesthetics to your Insta, the cups are designed with our favourite red nosed Watermark reindeer!!

Along with the Christmas cup, we have also added a host of festive delights to our drinks menu just in time for the holiday season. Our Christmas menu includes a Gingerbread Latte, a Cinnamon Cappuccino, a Blackcurrant & Honey Winter Tea, a White Hot Chocolate, Flamed Orange Hot Chocolate to name but  a few.

Festive Drinks Collection – COFFEE

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Gingerbread Latte

Our signature 1938 coffee blend and milk are highlighted by flavour notes of gingerbread, cinnamon, and nutmeg to create this incredible beverage that’s a firm favourite. Enjoy it topped with whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon spice

INGREDIENTS
  • 20ml SHOTT Gingerbread
  • Steamed Full Cream Milk
  • 30ml Espresso Coffee
  • Garnish: Cinnamon Powder
METHOD
  1. Press the coffee shot into a mug or heatproof glass.
  2. Add SHOTT Gingerbread and stir to combine.
  3. Heat up your milk by using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  4. Pour the hot milk into the cup in a circular motion, to combine.
  5. Garnish with a light dusting of cinnamon powder.
  6. Serve & enjoy.

Salted Caramel Latte

add some spice to autumn

Our award winning Celeste coffee blend and milk are enhanced with a dash of SHOTT salted caramel to create this incredible beverage. Enjoy it topped with whipped cream, caramel sauce and small fudge cubes

INGREDIENTS
  • 20ml SHOTT Salted Caramel
  • Steamed Full Cream Milk
  • 30ml Espresso Coffee
  • Garnish: Whipped Cream, Caramel Sauce & Small Fudge Cubes
METHOD
  1. Press the espresso coffee into a mug or heatproof glass.
  2. Add the SHOTT Salted Caramel to the coffee and stir to combine.
  3. Heat up your milk by using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  4. Pour the hot milk into the salted caramel coffee shot.
  5. Garnish with whipped cream, caramel sauce & small fudge cubes.
  6. Serve & enjoy.

Cinnamon Cappuccino

INGREDIENTS
  • 20ml SHOTT Cinnamon
  • Steamed Milk
  • 30ml Espresso Coffee
  • Garnish: Whipped Cream and Cinnamon Powder
METHOD
  1. Press the coffee shot into a mug or heatproof glass.
  2. Add SHOTT Cinnamon to the cup and stir.
  3. Heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  4. Pour the hot milk into the cup in a circular motion, to combine.
  5. Garnish with whipped cream a and sprinkle of cinnamon.
  6. Serve & enjoy

Crème Brulée Cappuccino

Creme-Burlee-Latte
INGREDIENTS
  • 20mL SHOTT Butterscotch
  • 180mL Full Cream Milk
  • 30mL Espresso Coffee
  • Garnish: 1 Teaspoon Caster Sugar
METHOD
  1. Press the espresso coffee into a mug or heatproof glass.
  2. Add the SHOTT Butterscotch to the coffee shot and stir to combine.
  3. Next, heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  4. Pour the hot milk into the cup in a circular motion to combine, ensuring there is a significant amount of dry foam on top.
  5. Sprinkle the sugar over the top of the coffee and caramelise with a blow torch to create the Brulee crust.
  6. Serve & enjoy.

HOT CHOCOLATES

Mint Hot Chocolate 

INGREDIENTS
  • 15ml SHOTT Wild Peppermint
  • 30g Single Origin Barista Hot Chocolate
  • 10fl oz Full Cream Milk
  • Garnish: Whipped Cream & Crushed Peppermint Candy
METHOD
  1. Heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  2. Add the Hot Chocolate
  3. Add the SHOTT Wild Peppermint to the hot milk.
  4. Stir to combine.
  5. Pour the hot chocolate into a mug or heatproof glass.
  6. Garnish with whipped cream & crushed peppermint candy.
  7. Serve & enjoy.

White Hot Chocolate

INGREDIENTS
  • 22ml SHOTT White Chocolate
  • 30g Single Origin Barista Hot Chocolate
  • 10fl oz Full Cream Milk
  • Garnish: Chocolate flakes/marshmallows (optional
METHOD
  1. Heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  2. Add the Hot Chocolate
  3. Add the SHOTT White Chocolate to the hot milk.
  4. Stir to combine.
  5. Pour the hot chocolate into a mug or heatproof glass.
  6. Garnish with chocolate flakes/marshmallows
  7. Serve & enjoy.

Flamed Orange Hot Chocolate

INGREDIENTS
  • 22ml SHOTT Flamed Orange
  • 30g Single Origin Barista Hot Chocolate
  • 10fl oz Full Cream Milk
  • Garnish: Chocolate powder (optional)
METHOD
  1. Heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  2. Add the Hot Chocolate
  3. Add the SHOTT Flamed Orange to the hot milk.
  4. Stir to combine.
  5. Pour the hot chocolate into a mug or heatproof glass.
  6. Garnish with chocolate powder
  7. Serve & enjoy.

All that’s left for you to do decide is which of the festive delights you want to try first….Enjoy!

 

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Watermark Coffee and The Peter McVerry Trust

Over the years we’ve been fortunate to work with The Peter McVerry Trust as they strive to achieve their vision which is an Ireland that supports all those on the margins and upholds their rights to full inclusion in society. The charity provides low-threshold entry services, primarily to younger people and vulnerable adults with complex needs, and offers pathways out of homelessness based on the principles of the Housing First model.

Peter McVerry Trust opened Ireland’s first Youth Café for children and young people who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless in October 2015. Watermark Coffee are delighted to still be involved with such a service which is incredibly important as it provides a safe and supportive, space to vulnerable young people.

CEO Pat Doyle said “This service is one which we have been seeking to develop for a number of years and the out of hours component was initially raised by people accessing homeless services. They clearly told us they needed somewhere they would be welcomed, somewhere they could go an relax during the day and evenings when they might not have anywhere else to go”

A total of 1,400 people were supported in 2018 through the youth café, where people experiencing homelessness can avail of advice, support and hot meals and drinks. The Youth Café provides a safe, positive and welcoming space for young people. Throughout the week a variety of activities and supports are available to people who are accessing the service. Events such as mindfulness classes, quizzes and games nights are also held in the café.

We’re delighted to be supporting such a cause so as to ensure that The Peter McVerry Trust can continue to provide crucial services as people begin to leave homelessness behind for good.

Peter McVerry

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Warehouse Clearance SALE

WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE

Our super warehouse clearance SALE has kicked off. So if you’re looking for a top quality coffee machine for your cafe, restaurant or office we have just the machine for you.

Buying a secondhand coffee machine can be an attractive option but it can also be a tricky business as it’s difficult to know whether the machine is suffering the corrosive effects of limescale or what service backup is available if things don’t go to plan.

For that reason we offer a range of ex rental and refurbished machines to rent or buy in our machine sale with a warranty to give you peace of mind. Delivery, installation are also included to ensure that you are getting the best from your machine and coffee. We have a large number of Gaggia LC/D machines available in our warehouse clearance SALE starting from as little as €1400 ex VAT.

For more information and to arrange an appointment to view and try out the Gaggia LC/D machine call David today on 01 4666304 or email info@watermark.ie 

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October Treats

Halloween has arrived at Watermark and we’re delighted! With the colder weather comes lots of good things like cosy evenings in front of the fire, pumpkin spiced lattes and hot chocolate! Add some spice to your autumn with a few of our October Treats!

Some of our favourite Halloween options for you to try are as follows:  We’ve got the Pumpkin Spiced Latte, Salted Caramel Latte, Crème Brulée Cappuccino, Ghostly Hot Chocolate, White Hot Chocolate and Flamed Orange Hot Chocolate.

Halloween has arrived

Ghostly Hot Chocolate

Using our single origin organic Tanzanian Hot Chocolate enhanced with a dash of SHOTT coconut and white chocolate we have created this delightful hot cocoa drink. Enjoy it topped with marshmallows and chocolate flakes for the ultimate treat.

Flamed Orange Hot Chocolate

We’ve teamed our single origin organic Tanzanian hot chocolate with a dash of SHOTT flamed orange syrup and the results are delightful. Enjoy it topped with whipped cream and chocolate flakes.

White Hot Chocolate

Add a dash of the SHOTT white chocolate syrup to steamed milk to create this spooktacular Halloween hot chocolate drink. Enjoy it topped with marshmallows and chocolate flakes.

We’ve used our SHOTT syrup range to create all of these exciting and delicious drinks. All SHOTT products are natural and full of real flavour; making Mother Nature proud!

All that’s left for you to do is celebrate the fact that Halloween has arrived and it’s hot chocolate season! Who doesn’t love some October Treats.

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Autumn Drinks Collection

Autumn has arrived in Ireland and that can only mean one thing…time to break out the Autumn drinks collection! Autumn brings with it its own charm. With the colder weather comes lots of good things like Halloween, cosy evenings in front of the fire, pumpkin spiced lattes and hot chocolate! Add some spice to your Autumn with a few of our drinks options!

Here are a few of our favourites for you to try. We’ve got the Pumpkin Spiced LatteSalted Caramel Latte, Cinnamon Cappuccino, Mint Hot Chocolate, White Hot Chocolate and Flamed Orange Hot Chocolate.

Autumn Drinks Collection – COFFEE

Autumn Drinks

Pumpkin Spiced Latte

Our signature 1938 coffee blend and milk are highlighted by flavour notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove to create this incredible beverage that’s a firm favourite. Enjoy it topped with whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon spice

INGREDIENTS
  • 20ml SHOTT Spiced Pumpkin
  • Steamed Full Cream Milk
  • 30ml Espresso Coffee
  • Garnish: Cinnamon Powder
METHOD
  1. Press the coffee shot into a mug or heatproof glass.
  2. Add SHOTT Spiced Pumpkin and stir to combine.
  3. Heat up your milk by using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  4. Pour the hot milk into the cup in a circular motion, to combine.
  5. Garnish with a light dusting of cinnamon powder.
  6. Serve & enjoy.

Salted Caramel Latte

add some spice to autumn

Our award winning Celeste coffee blend and milk are enhanced with a dash of SHOTT salted caramel to create this incredible beverage. Enjoy it topped with whipped cream, caramel sauce and small fudge cubes

INGREDIENTS
  • 20ml SHOTT Salted Caramel
  • Steamed Full Cream Milk
  • 30ml Espresso Coffee
  • Garnish: Whipped Cream, Caramel Sauce & Small Fudge Cubes
METHOD
  1. Press the espresso coffee into a mug or heatproof glass.
  2. Add the SHOTT Salted Caramel to the coffee and stir to combine.
  3. Heat up your milk by using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  4. Pour the hot milk into the salted caramel coffee shot.
  5. Garnish with whipped cream, caramel sauce & small fudge cubes.
  6. Serve & enjoy.

Cinnamon Cappuccino

INGREDIENTS
  • 20ml SHOTT Cinnamon
  • Steamed Milk
  • 30ml Espresso Coffee
  • Garnish: Whipped Cream and Cinnamon Powder
METHOD
  1. Press the coffee shot into a mug or heatproof glass.
  2. Add SHOTT Cinnamon to the cup and stir.
  3. Heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  4. Pour the hot milk into the cup in a circular motion, to combine.
  5. Garnish with whipped cream a and sprinkle of cinnamon.
  6. Serve & enjoy

Crème Brulée Cappuccino

Creme-Burlee-Latte
INGREDIENTS
  • 20mL SHOTT Butterscotch
  • 180mL Full Cream Milk
  • 30mL Espresso Coffee
  • Garnish: 1 Teaspoon Caster Sugar
METHOD
  1. Press the espresso coffee into a mug or heatproof glass.
  2. Add the SHOTT Butterscotch to the coffee shot and stir to combine.
  3. Next, heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  4. Pour the hot milk into the cup in a circular motion to combine, ensuring there is a significant amount of dry foam on top.
  5. Sprinkle the sugar over the top of the coffee and caramelise with a blow torch to create the Brulee crust.
  6. Serve & enjoy.

HOT CHOCOLATES

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Mint Hot Chocolate 

INGREDIENTS
  • 15ml SHOTT Wild Peppermint
  • 30g Single Origin Barista Hot Chocolate
  • 10fl oz Full Cream Milk
  • Garnish: Whipped Cream & Crushed Peppermint Candy
METHOD
  1. Heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  2. Add the Hot Chocolate
  3. Add the SHOTT Wild Peppermint to the hot milk.
  4. Stir to combine.
  5. Pour the hot chocolate into a mug or heatproof glass.
  6. Garnish with whipped cream & crushed peppermint candy.
  7. Serve & enjoy.

White Hot Chocolate

INGREDIENTS
  • 22ml SHOTT White Chocolate
  • 30g Single Origin Barista Hot Chocolate
  • 10fl oz Full Cream Milk
  • Garnish: Chocolate flakes/marshmallows (optional
METHOD
  1. Heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  2. Add the Hot Chocolate
  3. Add the SHOTT White Chocolate to the hot milk.
  4. Stir to combine.
  5. Pour the hot chocolate into a mug or heatproof glass.
  6. Garnish with chocolate flakes/marshmallows
  7. Serve & enjoy.

Flamed Orange Hot Chocolate

INGREDIENTS
  • 22ml SHOTT Flamed Orange
  • 30g Single Origin Barista Hot Chocolate
  • 10fl oz Full Cream Milk
  • Garnish: Chocolate powder (optional)
METHOD
  1. Heat the milk using the steam arm on a coffee machine.
  2. Add the Hot Chocolate
  3. Add the SHOTT Flamed Orange to the hot milk.
  4. Stir to combine.
  5. Pour the hot chocolate into a mug or heatproof glass.
  6. Garnish with chocolate powder
  7. Serve & enjoy.
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Aurora Protein Shake

No pain, serious gain. The Aurora protein shake is created with our very own award winning Aurora blend It’s perfect for an on the go lifestyle. It’s the one stop drink that fills both your protein and caffeine fix. Plus, it can be made in a matter of seconds!

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup cold black coffee – Aurora Blend was our choice
  • 1/2 Cup Unsweetened Almond Milk (or milk of your choice)
  • 1-2 Scoops Chocolate Protein Powder of your choice
  • 1/2 Tbsp Cocoa Nibs

Directions

  1. Add the Aurora coffee, milk, and chocolate protein powder into a blender and blend until creamy
  2. Pour into a glass and top with cocoa nibs
  3. Enjoy

Easy as 1-2-3! All that’s left for you to do is enjoy your Aurora protein shake. 

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Non Dairy Milks

There are many reasons to choose non-dairy milks and almost as many types to pick from. But which plant milk works best with speciality coffee? Can you make a vegan cappuccino that tastes good?

It can be difficult to know whether to choose soy, almond, or oat milk. Some non-dairy options have overpowering flavours and others are difficult to foam. Milk can impact upon many aspects of a coffee’s final flavour and aesthetic. As we know, these factors are essential elements for any coffee lover (unless you drink it black, of course). Modern coffees use steamed milk, in an attempt to produce a foam by ‘stretching’ the milk. Many coffees, such as the latte, cappuccino and flat white, all depend on this style of the milk to fulfil their criteria.

The Best Plant Milk For Coffee

In recent years, the use of plant milks has exploded. Many people are trying to reduce their intake of animal products and the speciality coffee market is no exception. Whether you choose non-dairy milk for ethical, health, or other reasons, it’s important to find one that doesn’t overwhelm the subtleties of your coffee.

Why does the milk matter? 

Traditionally, the majority of all milk is made up of protein molecules. The level of proteins do vary, dependent on the milk you’re using, however, once heated, they ‘melt’, trapping the air and ‘stretching’ the milk to a foam.

Given the vast differences between dairy and non-dairy milks, the performance of each does differ. The outcomes all contribute to the overall flavour and texture of the coffee, meaning connoisseurs are often experimenting, to discover the perfect cup.

Having a non-dairy latte doesn’t have to mean losing speciality quality. Why invest in great beans and learn how to make an espresso-based drink only to have it taste bad?

According to a recent survey the following milks are the most common alternatives to dairy milk. As you can see there are some clear preferences, but for what reasoning?

non-dairy milk

Soy Milk

This is probably the best-known plant milk around the world. People have been using soy alternatives to animal products for generations. It is great not just for those who want to avoid dairy, but also for people with nut allergies. It is also widely available. Most coffee shops will be more than experienced with using it.

Soy milk is a popular alternative to dairy milk, thanks to its similar protein levels and performance when heated; making it easy to replicate the smooth foamy textures of a dairy milk. However, it can curdle as a reaction to the coffee’s acidity or temperature, so be cautious.

And how does it taste? Some say soy is a great neutral-flavoured milk that can work well with speciality coffee. Others report it as tasting like cardboard.

Ceiran Trigg is the director of Ancestors Coffee in Norwich, UK and he  says that “it varies, but can be quite overpowering.” He feels that the nutty flavour means that soy can complement coffee from South American origins but distort the qualities of African beans, which tend to have fruity notes.

non-dairy milk

Almond Milk

This dairy alternative milk’s popularity has steadily been on the rise. A nut milk that comes in varieties of sweetened and unsweetened, diversifies its contribution to the final flavour of a coffee.

However one should be cautions because it often splits in the cup. This is when the milk curdles and separates. It is more likely to happen with an acidic coffee and can also be caused by a large difference in temperature between the coffee and milk.

Without saying almonds, it tastes nutty with a slightly bitter aftertaste, hence why some opt for the sweetened version of almond milk, depending on the roast used for the coffee itself. It can definitely complement a few light roasts, but higher acidity cups will distort and get a weird sourness. Latte art is easily manageable, and texture can be great

non-dairy milk

Coconut Milk

Talk about texture. Coconut milk’s properties are creamy and naturally dense, making it a firm favourite.

The natural sweetness of a coconut’s flavour is prominent. Some may argue that it distracts from the flavours of the coffee but that would depend on the coffee, of course.

It certainly adds flavour by welcoming an exotic-like experience without the need for any artificial flavourings or sweeteners. Moreover, its foam is also more bubbly than dairy milk, giving it a livelier appeal but a quicker disintegration rate.

non-dairy milk

Oat Milk

This plant milk is quickly gaining popularity, and for good reason. Oat milk boasts many beneficial components, as it’s void of saturated fat but loaded with protein, fibre and natural sweetness. Oats also contain beta-glucans which help with aiding heart health and lowering cholesterol.

It is also believed to be one of the most neutral flavoured of all alternatives to dairy and doesn’t overpower the coffee. “If you’re having a Brazilian bean, you’ll taste Brazil. If you’re having an Ethiopian, you’ll taste Ethiopia,” he says.

Manufacturers have put the coffee first and made plant-based milks to suit light coffee. “Their fat content is less, with not as much oil. Therefore, the coffee remains the focus of the drink.

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Rice Milk

A dairy-free milk, void of both nut and soy, makes rice milk a popular option for coffee drinkers with nut allergies and those who are lactose intolerant. In comparison to other plant-based milks, it is light and refreshing!

As you may well imagine, rice milk does not have a lot of flavour and brings quite a neutral taste, allowing the flavour of the coffee to triumph. On top of that, it is rather watery, which can dilute your coffee somewhat.

It’s not ideal for the speciality coffees we are used to. It’s distinct lack of protein means it does not generate the foam-like texture you may be looking for.

 non-dairy milk

Hemp, Hazelnut, Cashew & Others

Hemp, hazelnut, and cashew milks are widely disregarded for speciality coffee drinks. Hazelnut has a distinctive flavour that can mask or distort the nuances of the beans. And hemp is too watery to work with.

Cashew milk has a milder flavour than almond milk but is also naturally sweeter, which can be overwhelming in coffee. It also doesn’t foam well. These types of milks are less commercially available and can be more expensive than soy, almond, and oat products.

non-dairy milk

How Plant Milks Behave Differently To Dairy

How milk reacts to heat and foaming depends on its proteins. Vegan milks obviously contain different proteins than the lactose and whey proteins in cow milk, so they behave differently under stress.

Temperature changes, the acidity of coffee, and the impact of frothing cause plant milks to curdle more easily. Some baristas advise steaming dairy-free milks to a slightly lower temperature than cow’s milk to prevent this happening.

Obviously, there are many health benefits to choosing a non-dairy milk, as well as the clear environmental successes of it, making the big coffee chains include it on their menus.

Dairy-free living is becoming more common, whether it’s a lifestyle choice or something you have to adapt to due to allergies.

There is increasingly large choice in the non-dairy milk market and many products are created for baristas. With this variety, it is likely you can find a plant milk that works with your choice of speciality coffee and lifestyle

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Moonlight Jasmine Tea Biscotti

These Moonlight Jasmine Tea Biscotti will go down a real treat! Easy to make, the delicate jasmine notes of these heavenly biscotti will elevate your afternoon tea and transport you away from the everyday.

Ingredients

Makes 6 biscotti biscuits

Method

Empty the sachets and carefully grind the tea in a pestle and mortar – try for a mixture of powder and little leaf pieces. The powder infuses the dough, and the leaf pieces release flavour when you bite into them.

Whisk together the sugar, eggs and oil until pale yellow and foamy, and stir in the tea.

Add flour, baking powder and a pinch of salt and stir carefully until the mixture forms a solid dough.

Spread the dough onto a baking sheet to form a log about 10cm wide and 2.5cm thick. Bake for 35-40 minutes at 180C.

Take it out from the oven and cool for about 5-10 minutes before slicing into 2.5cm slices. If you begin slicing too soon, the pieces may crumble but if you wait too long, the dough will harden and become tougher to slice cleanly. Slice biscotti into 2.5cm slices

Lay the biscotti slices on a baking sheet, flat side down and bake for 10 minutes. Turn over and bake for an additional 10 minutes. Remove from oven and cool.

Serving

Delicious with a cup of tea or coffee. You can keep the moonlight jasmine tea biscotti in an airtight container for up to a week, if they last that long that is!

 

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Summer Cooler Recipe Collection

Summer has arrived in Ireland at long last and that can only mean one thing…time to break out the summer cooler collection! We have some real delights that are guaranteed to cool you down while ensuring you get your caffeine fix.

FRUIT COOLERS

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If you’re in need of something refreshing, fruity and full of flavour look no further than the Summer cooler collection.  Why not try our new Strawberry Soda, Blueberry and Green Tea Fizz or Lemon, honey and ginger soda. They’re light and natural with no added sugar, artificial flavours or colours.

Other flavours include Pomegranate, Three Berry and Blackcurrant and Honey.

ICED LATTES

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Perk up your senses with one of our flavourful iced coffee drinks. Our iced latte collection is a perfect alternative if you’re looking for a refreshing drink choice on these hot summer days. Two of our favourite flavours are the Iced Orange Latte and the Hazelnut Ice Latte.

We’ve paired our award winning Celeste blend with our natural SHOTT flavoured syrups to create an refreshing iced latte.

Hazelnut Iced Latte Recipe

For a 12oz you will need…
2 x Pump SHOTT Hazelnut (20ml)
200ML Full Cream Milk
Double Shot espresso

To Make…

1.Fill a glass with ice
2.Press the espresso coffee and pour over the ice
3.Top with the milk
4.Add the SHOTT Hazelnut to the iced coffee and stir to combine
5.Serve and enjoy

Iced Orange Latte Recipe 

For a 12oz you will need…
2 x Pump SHOTT Flamed Orange (30ml)
240ML Full Cream Milk
Double Shot espresso
Ice
Fresh Orange Slices to Garnish (optional)

To Make…

1.Fill a glass with ice
2.Pour the SHOTT Flamed Orange over the ice
3.Top with the milk and add the espresso coffee
4 Garnish,.serve and enjoy

FABULOUS FRAPPE

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Our White Chocolate Macadamia Frappe is a yummy non-coffee drink that’s perfect for anyone wanting a refreshing and great tasting drink this summer.

The White Choc Macadamia frappe is made from mixing whole milk with our natural SHOTT flavoured syrups together to form a frothy, light drink. These milky and natural drinks are a real treat.

White Chocolate Macadamia Frappe Recipe 

For 12oz you will need…
20ml SHOTT White Chocolate
10ml SHOTT Macadamia
200ml Full Cream Milk
1 Cup Ice
Whipped Cream and Chocolate Flakes to garnish (optional)

To Make…

1.Add all ingredients into a blender
2.Blend for 30 seconds or until smooth
3.Pour into a tall glass
4.Garnish & serve

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Homemade Coffee Ice Pops

Homemade Coffee Ice Pop recipe using milk and your favourite coffee blend.

When it’s hot outside and you need a caffeine boost to cool down, keep these 3 ingredient Coffee Ice Pops in your freezer to get you through the day. This recipe is really just as good as any shop bought alternative and worth the effort.

In a few really easy to follow steps you will be tucking into your very own homemade coffee ice pops. For this batch we used our award winning Celeste coffee beans. These have vanilla and milk chocolate tones and work great.

Tips and Tricks

If you make your own coffee ice pops, you can make it with decaffeinated beans also! No late night jitters and safe for the kids to try too.

Coffee Ice Pops Recipe

  • Yield: Makes 4 Ice Pops

Ingredients

  • 1 cup cold coffee (decaf unless you want the caffeine in your ice pops)
  • 1/4 – 1/2 cup cold milk
  • 1 – 4 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Popsicle Moulds
  • Wooden Sticks

Method

  1. Make your cup of coffee and set aside to cool down.
  2. Once completely cooled you can then whisk together the cold coffee, milk, sugar and vanilla extract. Taste and adjust to your liking. Some people may prefer a more sweeter option and you can adjust the quantities accordingly.
  3. Pour the mixture into popsicle moulds or paper cups then insert wooden sticks.
  4. Freeze the moulds in the freezer until firm, preferably overnight.

More Tips & Tricks

**It’s important the coffee and milk are cold because that will help reduce the amount of ice crystals formed after freezing. The colder the mixture is, the quicker it’ll freeze. If you use room temperature ingredients, refrigerate 1 hour before freezing.