Chai Mulled Wine
Is there anything better to warm you up on a cold winter's day than a nice hot mug of mulled wine? Warm your cockles with our very festive Vanilla Chai infused recipe
Pukka Pumpkin Spice Latte
A comforting mug full of autumnal flavour. This vegan twist on a classic seasonal drink combines lively spices and grounding flavours to create a deliciously warming hot drink. Enjoy as you cosy up in the comfort of your home as the nights draw in and the leaves begin to fall. This Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe is also a great way to save any food waste leftover from pumpkin carving. Save any leftover pumpkin to puree, freezing anything you don't use.
Wild Apple and Cinnamon Hot Toddy
A comforting cocktail to warm the heart and soothe the senses. A perfect tipple to enjoy as the nights draw in and the weather grows cold, this has just the right balance of sweetness and spice with a little extra kick. Steep Pukka's Wild Apple and Cinnamon tea to combine apple, sweet cinnamon and hints of lively ginger and clove. Choose your tipple of choice, we suggest using darker spirits such as rum, whiskey or bourbon for a deep flavour that warms you from head to toe.
Turmeric and avocado beauty face mask
The Soil Association Charity and Pukka Herbs have teamed up to help you make small, positive changes for your wellbeing. It’s important to take for yourself - to relax and reset. And what better way to indulge than with a natural, nourishing face mask? Using organic ingredients in your skincare routine is a great way to gently soothe your skin and make it glow using the power of nature. Holly Huntley, Pukka’s Herbal Education Specialist will walk you through how to make your very own organic face mask at home, using just 3 ingredients. For centuries, turmeric beauty masks have been used across Asia, helping to brighten the skin and make it look and feel fresh and clean. As a strong antibacterial, this wonderspice is effective against acne and eczema. It’s antioxidant properties also help support skin rejuvenation, helping to soften lines and wrinkles and give your face a more youthful appearance. Our own beauty mask recipe also includes avocado which contains natural oils that penetrate deep into the skin, helping to soften and hydrate. To find out more about organic visit https://www.soilassociation.org/organic-living/organic-september/
Zero waste oat milk pancakes
Reducing your food waste is one small, positive change you can make for our planet. Zero waste chef, Max La Manna, shares his recipe for zero-waste oat milk and pancakes, showing you how you can save your food scraps from going to waste. Pukka Herbs and the Soil Association Charity are campaigning together to inspire more of us to take small positive steps to support nature every day. We share a common belief that human health and wellbeing is dependent on the health of our soil and planet, and both want a world where our food, farming and land use restores nature, promotes health and creates a safe climate. Organic is designed to respect nature and to enhance the health of soils, water and air, of plants and animals. Learn more at https://www.soilassociation.org/organic-living/organic-september/
The Golden Goddess
This is a glass of pure fiery fun. It’s a fabulously spicy drink – perfect for those summer evenings.
Wildly in Love Gin Cocktail
Pukka is proud to be FairWild certified. This certification is about protecting wild plant species and the beauty of their natural habitats. To celebrate, here is a specially concocted cocktail by our founder Seb, to celebrate wild plants and harvesting them fairly. With FairWild gin and our Pukka Love Tea, which contains FairWild certified elderflower, licorice and limeflower, you will soon feel Wildly In Love.
Peach iced green tea
Refreshing and uplifting, this mocktail is a herbal take on peach iced tea. The matcha in this can put an extra spring in your step, no alcohol needed.
Help Me Glow
Stinging nettle leaves act as an effective cleanser. The chlorophyll, mineral and vitamin-rich nettle plant has been used for centuries for internal cleansing of organs and skin. Fennel Seed - Fennel is one of nature's best remedies if you have digestive problems or constipation, as well as to excrete waste, prevent cystitis and urinary tract infections. Fennel acts as a diuretic and cleanses the waste that accumulates in the body. Peppermint Leaves - Refreshing Mint works to cool and soothe to the skin and is an effective means of reducing redness. Dandelion Root - The bittersweet dandelion root cleanses the body by strengthening the liver and intestines. Beetroot - purifies and relieves inflammation by stimulating liver, kidneys and intestines. It's also been claimed to be effective in cleansing impure skin. Red clover - this delicate herb with beautiful flowers cleanses the skin and renews glow. Turmeric - also known as the golden goddess in India, is an effective remedy for unclean skin and can help to reduce inflammation. Licorice root - this sweet root strengthens the kidneys and relieves skin irritation. Lemon juice - lemon juice heals and strengthens the liver and keeps the skin clean and fresh. This recipe contains dried nettle, but you can pick the fresh nettle shoots in the spring and make your very own fresh and super healthy tea. You can also dry the vitamin-rich nettle leaves for later use. Dry them on a baking tray or hang them to dry in a cool place for a day or so. From the book Cleanse, Nurture, Restore with Herbal Tea by Sebastian Pole, illustrator Kim Lightbody, published by Frances Lincoln. The recipe is for 2 people and takes 15 minutes to prepare.