A recent off-the-cuff comment - the day doesn't start until you've had your first coffee - got us thinking about New Zealand's coffee culture. In fact, it could really be described as New Zealand's coffee revolution...Read More
Tipless, jumbos, stubbies and skinnies - we learnt a whole new vernacular that day. Yes, it’s asparagus season and it’s asparagus we’re talking. In the Horowhenua region there’s a feast of produce and our first stop was a wonderfully busy asparagus packhouse. The superbly named Tendertips.Read More
Our capital city, right in the middle of Middle Earth, is well-known for an awesome cafe culture. And we agree. Coffee reigns high here. But not just coffee beans. There’s more, a fair share of cocoa beans, and some mighty fine peanut butter as well… Yes, no wonder it’s been crowned “the coolest little capital in the world”.
In the last couple of weeks, Mother Nature has made her presence felt in Wellington and the upper South Island. We have been thinking of our hardworking food artisans in these regions, affected in different ways by recent events - and we want them to know that their wonderful products are truly appreciated by anyone lucky enough to try them. Read more about some of New Zealand’s Wellington-based food artisan treasures.Read More