Tale of Two Beans

As coffee roasters, our love of coffee stems from the story each bean has to tell. It travels on a long journey before getting poured into a cup and our role is at the tail end of this journey right before it gets to you, the coffee lover. Coffee requires a very specific set of…

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Market Day

Kim Williams discovers the Lazy Sunday Market Series I love local markets. Not only are they the ideal place to pick up fresh, seasonal produce that has been grown, bred, caught, baked or foraged locally, they contain a place’s cultural soul and heartbeat. The cultural fabric of a community is displayed loud and proud at…

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Gullane Glögg

As with so many things, anything we can do the Scandinavians can do better… …and their take on mulled wine, glögg, conjures up visions of cosy firesides and candlelit log cabins. In fact, at its best, nothing says winter like a steaming mug of spiced wine with its spicy scent of cloves, cinnamon and citrus.…

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Dream Daytime Eatery

Food and Drink Columnist Amanda Farnese-Heath’s foodie find… Tucked away off Duke Street at the bottom of Leith Walk is my dream daytime long table eatery. The food is bold and tasty and the randomly placed jars of fermented veg, chutneys and caramel are to die for. I wake up every morning dreaming of their…

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Dough-licious

Food and Drink Columnist Amanda Farnese-Heath’s foodie find… Just off the plane from Dublin I meet my husband for tea in Edinburgh, but we had no idea where to go. Wandering along Rose Street we found an absolute gem called ‘Dough’. There are just a few seats outside and one table inside, which we managed…

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