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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Category: Bits and bobs, What's Brewing | Posted on: September 30, 2013

Change the World on your Coffee Break…

We’re teaming up with the Fairtrade Foundation, who have sent someone who was not buying Fairtrade on a mission with comedian Tony Law, to discover what choosing Fairtrade means to farmers around the world. If you can guess where they went, you could win a trip to the coffee harvest for you and a friend!

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Category: Things we love | Posted on: September 24, 2013

Amazing things in surprising places with The Pop-Up Hotel…

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Here at Clipper, we’re definite fans of things that are a bit beyond the ordinary and expected, which is why we decided to team up with The Pop-Up Hotel. With all the luxury of a boutique hotel, and all the magic of a night under the stars, The Pop-Up Hotel is transforming the holiday experience!

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Category: Magical Teapot Tour, Tales From Around The Teapot | Posted on: September 23, 2013

Making teatime more magical, since 1984…

Our wonderful teapot, lovingly known as ‘Betty’ here at Clipper, has had an amazing summer! She’s sniffed beautiful bouquets at the Hampton Court Flower Show, unleashed her inner bookworm at the Buxton Literary Festival, and hunted for Gromits in Bristol. Then there was the beautiful Bath, where we met some lovely hen parties, the Kingston Food Festival where we got our nibble on, historic Canterbury and blustery Brighton.

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Category: Recipes, Things to Do and Win | Posted on: September 17, 2013

Fruitful Thinking Wins Fruity Tea!

We’ve been tasting a whole lot of fruit teas and infusions this morning…our taste buds are a tingling with bursts of berries, apples, lemons and we even threw a bit of rhubarb in there, although not technically a fruit – sneaky rhubarb!

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Category: Recipes | Posted on: September 6, 2013

Mrs Simkins’ Harvest Cake

 Harvest Cake Uncut by Haystack

This beautifully appl-y, cidery cake is just the thing for Autumn. Eat warm or cold accompanied by a cup of your favourite Clipper tea.

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