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Winter warmers from coffee roaster Matthew Algie

Independent coffee roaster Matthew Algie has launched its new 2016 Espresso Warehouse catalogue ahead of the winter season.

The latest line-up includes 11 winter warmers, along with all the ingredients needed to create them. From the goodness-giving Matcha Latte to the indulgent Honeycomb Mocha to tempting tea infusions like Mint & Raspberry and Chamomile & Peach, each recipe is created to drive seasonal spend, aided by eye catching point of sale.

Tea lovers can look forward to an expanded range of Suki Pyramid teabags, including Lemongrass, Ginger & Green Ginseng. The Suki Tea kit range also offers new retail presentation wraps for Suki Teapots and tea trays.

The catalogue welcomes a selection of new snacks and sweet treats with varieties added to the popular Willie’s Cacao and The Fine Cookie Co brands. For gluten-free snackers, there are new new Broderick’s bars – Gluten- Free Fruity Booty Nutty Crunchie and Gluten-Free Yummy Yoggy Mango Munchie.

New Espresso Warehouse equipment includes the Motta Latte Art Pen, the Hario V60 Drip Station and a new Matthew Algie-branded barista towel.

For the ethical consumer, the eco-friendly KeepCup range includes two new Matthew Algie-branded brew cups in orange or black, designed with longevity in mind but also recyclable.

Andrew Jack, Head of Marketing at Matthew Algie says the new catalogue, tapping into the matcha trend as well as demand for food and drink with health credentials, is brimming with creative drinks ideas. “Each recipe is supported by an eye-catching point of sale to draw customers in so that operators are able to attract new business and add value to every sale too.”

For a copy of the catalogue, visit the Espresso Warehouse website

0141 420 2422 or email to this link

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