Savoury or sweet, add your choice of accompaniment and
enjoy your preferred brew with a choice of delectable accompaniments
Scones - An English favourite, these are similar to but different from both teacakes and buns. Often slightly sweet, they may also be savoury. Mostly, their delicate, flaky texture, is enriched with raisins, currants, cheese, dates and other fruits. Usually made of wheat, barley or oatmeal, scones are a fine, healthy treat /indulgence. Show More +
Cookies - Sugar cookies, ginger cookies, almond cookies and of course chocolate chip cookies - these bite size wonders are an all time favourite. Inspired descendants of the traditional cake, these hard wafers are perfect accompaniments to any tea drinking experience. Their extensive variety ensures that there's always a perfect match to your taste and your tea.
Macaroons - These light, baked confection, sometimes described as small cakes or meringue-like cookies, area real treat for sweet lovers. Coconut macaroon is the better known variety and may be dense, moist and sweet or light and fluffy.
Cakes - Often a dessert of choice for ceremonies, cakes are also relished without occasion. There are countless cake recipes; some rich and elaborate, some more like breads, but all of these can be enjoyed with a cup of tea, any time of the day.
Finger Sandwiches - These dainty little creations are as inviting as they are small. They can be enjoyed in their traditional form as two bite cucumber sandwiches or with a choice of filling that exactly complements your tea. Finger Sandwiches can be an elegant accompaniment, an ideal choice. Show Less
Samosas -The Indian equivalent of the western cookie, this famous snack is packed with abundant goodness. Traditionally enjoyed with a filling of potato, these deep fried stuffed pastries are generously flavoured with Indian spices. A great comfort food, these are an ideal accompaniment to a relaxing cup of tea. Show More +
Dhokla- A favourite with those who are health conscious, this nutritious snack originates from Gujarat, in western India. Flavoured with a varied combination of complementary ingredients and spices, its rich flavours are a sure treat for the palette. In contrast to its light, wispy texture, the unforgettable taste of a Dhokla lingers for long.
Pakoras- Tea and pakoras are an unmatched pairing. Crispy and well seasoned, these fritters that can be made from almost any vegetable. Often a part of festivals and celebrations across the globe, they are enjoyed best served with a chili, mint or sweet and sour sauce, alongside our world class brews.
Mathri- A kind of dry, flaky biscuits from north India, Mathris are relished both sweet and savoury. They may be mildly or strongly spiced. They can be preserved for long and brought out only on those special occasions, along with your favoured cup of Typhoo. Show Less