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Sheffield’s Batch Tea Launch Crowdfund For Tea-Based Recipe Book Featuring Local Independents

Marc and Owen from Batch Tea Co
Marc and Owen from Batch Tea Co

Help local company Batch Tea Co create a recipe book for tea lovers everywhere!

Batch Tea Crowdfunding To Create Local Recipe Book

A Sheffield company have launched a crowdfunding campaign in an effort to create a recipe book featuring everyone’s favourite drink.

Batch Tea Co are a sustainable loose leaf artisan tea company based in Sheffield. They are hoping to team up with steel city publishers Meze Publishing to create a recipe book celebrating the nation’s favourite drink.

Whether it’s baked goods, cocktails, or even soaps, there is always room to transform them into an interesting tea-infused creation. Through an incredible collaborative effort with independent companies in Sheffield and across the UK, including breweries, restaurants, and candle companies, a compilation of ingenious recipes and projects to try at home are being created that we just know you’re going to fall in love with.Marc and Owen, Batch Tea Co

Batch Tea Teaming Up With Local Independents For Amazing Tea Recipes

The book will see Batch Tea Co teaming up with a number of Sheffield and UK-based independents to create incredible recipes.

Slated to appear in the book are collaborations with Yee Kwan Ice Cream, Jöro Restaurant, Abbeydale Brewery, The Yorkshire Candle Company, Bench Bistro and more.

They say the book is designed for any home-cook, crafter or those keen on leading a healthier, happier lifestyle — and that it “isn’t one of those recipes books where you have to go out & buy loads of equipment and ingredients to make any of the recipes!”

“Although we have some serious big-hitters and phenomenal talent providing recipes, everything in this book is designed to be accessible for any home-cook or crafter to make at home, with no specialist equipment or ingredients.”Batch Tea Co Crowdfundung Page

How To Support Batch Tea Co And Reserve Your Copy Of The Recipe Book

Batch Tea Co’s Crowdfunder is now live and by pledging towards the creation of the book you can also get a number of perks for supporting it so early.

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As well as pre ordering copies of the book, your pledges could see you get badges, tote bags, gift vouchers and loads more — including meals at local bars and restaurants, places at a gin school, brewery tours and cocktail masterclasses!

Plus every pledge over £50 is entered into a raffle to win a giant hamper featuring goodies from a number of the book’s collaborators.

At its heart, this book aims to take tea beyond the confines of a pot or mug and expose people to the limitless potential and enjoyment that can be brought through a little creativity in the kitchen. Just as Marc and Owen have said themselves, “It doesn’t matter where you like to buy your tea (although it’s good to make sure it’s a sustainable and ethical source), it’s about what you do with it!”Batch Tea Co

Support the Batch Tea Co crowdfunding campaign here.

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Founder and editor of The Sheffield Guide. A lifelong Sheffielder with a local pride that lovingly crafts each and every piece created. Discover the very best of the Steel City with The Sheffield Guide.

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