My morning routine when I am at home is to make myself something to eat and then pour myself out a hot coffee while I catch up on geeky art documentaries on Iplayer. So when the new Taylors of Harrogate's coffee arrived last week with a William colouring book I couldn't wait to give my morning coffee a new lease of life. I finally bought myself a cafetiere so I could fully enjoy this coffee.
I have never made coffee in a cafetiere before and it really makes you take your time, I had no idea what I was doing and I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of coffee I could make a whole mornings worth. I am slowly trying to lessen my intake of soya milk in my coffee, so I now have a black coffee with my breakfast and I find this to be my favourite to start the day. The coffee itself has no need for coffee or milk (personal taste) as it has a nice chocolate warm taste to it. The combination of coffee and William Morris tick all my boxes, if you haven't seen any of William Morris's work (where the hell have you been) but he created the most amazing patterns and art work for use in wall papers and other goodies so the pattern for the packaging is just sublime.
One of the things that brought me and boyfriend together was our love of drinking coffee so for Valentines I couldn't pass up a coffee inspired Valentines card that you can snap up here. So sharing this lovely new blend with him will be a must