Tag Archives: loose-leaf tea

I’d like to see more liquorice in Pontefract cakes

Pontefract is forever associated with liquorice. But a bit like with Southwell and the Bramley Apple, we didn’t find any of the local cafés and tea rooms making the most of that connection with interesting liquorice sweets or cakes on … Continue reading

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Getting pampered in Pamplona – if you like good coffee and tea, that is

The first port of call for many a visitor to Pamplona has to be the Café Iruña. It’s been there for well over 100 years, judging by its décor today, it probably hasn’t changed much in that time, and it … Continue reading

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No rain in Spain, but lots of tea these days

We’re just back from five days in Northern Spain, mostly checking out old haunts from when I lived there 32 years ago, but taking a look at the coffee and tea scene too. Not a drop of rain fell in … Continue reading

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