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Rosy's Kitchen and Wenyu's Teahouse present
A very unique Christmas gift set
Love came down
Love is with us
Love lives within us
"The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son,
and they will call him Immanuel"--which means, "God with us."
~ Matthew 1:23, The Bible
This Christmas, Rosy's Kitchen and Wenyu's Teahouse have teamed up to present to you a very special Christmas gift set. Inside each beautifully hand assembled and packaged box, you’ll find
One 180g jar of Homemade Kaya
One packet of 4 high quality Blooming Tea Balls
* 1-3 sets - £8 per set
* 4+ sets - £7.50 per set
All profits from Rosy’s Kitchen will go to Guildford Baptist Church Redevelopment Fund http://www.guildfordbaptist.org/about/building-redevelopment-project/. A large percentage of the rest of the proceeds go to Waterloo Food Bank Charity http://www.oasischurchwaterloo.org/what/waterloo-foodbank
Book yours quick!
Alternative collection/delivery dates and times can be arranged. (postage charges may apply)
Rosy's Kitchen, email@example.com or @rosyskitchen
Wenyu's Teahouse, firstname.lastname@example.org or @wenyusteahouse
May you experience the love of Christmas.
Rosemary and Selina
Rosy's Kitchen and Wenyu's Teahouse
Rosy’s Kitchen - Homemade Kaya
Kaya, meaning ‘rich’ in the Malay Language, is a fragrant coconut-egg jam believed to originate from Southeast Asia . It has a smooth, velvety texture and a sweet taste. The locals in Malaysia and Singapore typically spread kaya over warm buttered toast (“kaya toast”). Here in the UK , we also enjoy kaya with crumpets, English muffins, croissants, etc as a spread. Some have used it to cook desserts.
Rosy’s Kitchen believes that good kaya can only be made with love, in small batches and using only the finest ingredients. We use free-range eggs sourced from our local farm, premium quality coconut milk and make each batch of kaya by hand. Our kaya is always freshly made and do not contain any artificial colours, flavouring or preservatives.
Enjoy the unique flavour of kaya with a light, refreshing cup of Blooming Tea from Wenyu’s Teahouse.
Wenyu’s Teahouse – Blooming Tea
Blooming tea from Wenyu’s teahouse - complements and a great friend of Kaya toast.
Ingredients: Chinese tea leaves with dried flowers (Jasmine, Globe Amaranth, Chrysanthemum)
Origin: Fujian Province China
Harvest: Spring 2012
Taste: light, refreshing and slightly sweet
How to Brew:
Boil tap water to reach 95°C-100°C.
Place 1 tea ball into a 500ml glass/cup/tea pot
Pour boiling water into the teapot and let it brew for 1 minute.
Enjoy watching the tea blossom.
Note: one tea ball could be topped up with hot water up to 5 times.