Noughts and Coffees Board Game Café and Escape Team Building Edinburgh: The Magical Emporium – Review

Noughts and Coffees Board Game Café and Escape Team Building Edinburgh: The Magical Emporium Review: November 2018

Morrison Street, an exciting site location featuring a contemporary noughts and coffees board game café and the location of Escape Team building Edinburgh.

Time for some spellbinding spectaculars, as we grabbed our gown and wand to swish, flick and cast our way into The Magical Emporium, an exciting escape room game by Escape Team Building Edinburgh.

Wizards worldwide had been notified that, the dazzling and delightful renowned supplies shop, Garbo’s was suspiciously closed down.  Suspecting Evil forces, it was up to us to use our magical mystical marvellous powers to investigate Ms Garbo’s disappearance.

An immersive, interactive, and spellbinding experience whereby we had 60 minutes to chant, cast spells and incantations to find Ms Garbo.

No need for the fun to end, as after escape game play, head to the onsite Noughts & Coffees board game café, a chilled out, friendly and informal hub, for some more game play, a light bite to eat with some tea or coffee to wash it all down.

How’s it work, easy get the squad, grab a seat, choose a game, pay £2.50 each, fill up your cup and play all day.

Get your game on, on marvellous magical Morrison street Edinburgh.

 

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx

Contact

https://www.escapeteambuilding.co.uk/

http://www.noughtsandcoffees.co.uk/

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The Dome Edinburgh Afternoon Tea – Review

The Dome Edinburgh Afternoon Tea Review: November

The Dome, a marvellous building proudly flying their three flags; Great Britain, Scotland and of course the Dome itself.  Inside, the Georgian Suite, was to be the location for an amazing Afternoon tea, providing a plush, opulent and magnificent setting to indulge in this quintessential tradition.

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Absorb and admire the sumptuous and splendid interiors, with the black and gold wall panelling, upholstered cushioning on the elegant ebony chairs, crystal chandeliers and crisp white linen with all the bells and whistles.

Also, we just so happened to pop by at the right time, as the Dome was decked out in all their fabulous Christmassy wares.

Beautiful and Bespoke Gainsborough Sheffield silver tea service and Chardonnay Pattern Dudson Fine Bone China are use throughout service enhancing the elegance of the experience.

Afternoon Tea proceedings overseen by Head Chef Sue Snider, providing a range of fabulous finger sandwiches, super Scones in both fruit and plain varieties served with clotted cream and jam, along with a selection of scrummy sweet treats.

What would Afternoon tea be without the tea right? Well, The Dome have devised the menu to pair with their nine varieties of loose tea which include a range of herbal infusions and of course Traditional Scottish brew.

Enjoy a little you time, indulge and enjoy!

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx

Contact:

https://www.thedomeedinburgh.com/georgiantearoom

Hoogly Tea and Lykke Happiness Book Review

Hoogly Tea and Lykke Happiness Book Review: January 2018

Tina Gloggengieser, from Aarhus in Denmark, now living in Brighton, is a keen tea enthusiast and creator of the sensational Hoogly tea range.  Hoogly is the pronunciation of ‘hyggelig’.  ‘Hygge’ is all about the Danish way of life and having a feeling of well-being and warmth the whole year round.

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Miracle Matcha Chocolate Tea Infusions and Altitude Tea Review

Miracle Matcha Chocolate Tea Infusions and Altitude Tea Review: September 2017

Miracle Matcha is sourced from the rift Valley in Kenya, as the white tea leaves are grown high within the fertile valley. Miracle Matcha is healthy, convenient, has 100% pure natural ingredients that are suitable for vegans and has been approved by the vegetarian society. It is also Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance certified, which means that both the environment and the farmers are protected.

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Teapigs Hangover Gift Set Review

Teapigs Hangover Gift Set Review: August 2017

Teapigs founders, Nick and Louise, started the brand back in 2006 with a mission to get everyone drinking real tea again. Both have bags of experience, as they met while working for a massive tea company. The brand has grown from strength to strength with their natural biodegradable mesh teabags collecting over 70 great taste awards – impressive stuff!

During a lovely evening, out we can all get a little too carried away with the bubbly alcoholic refreshments, leaving us feeling a little tender the following day. Be prepared and spread some much-needed comfort and hugs by giving your tea obsessed friends and family a ‘Teabag’ Hangover kit so that they can have the ‘hair of the Teapigs’.

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Hoogly Tea Review

Hoogly Tea Review: May 2017

Tina Gloggengieser, from Aarhus in Denmark, now living in Brighton, is a keen tea enthusiast and creator of the sensational Hoogly tea range. Hoogly is the pronunciation of ‘hyggelig’. ‘Hygge’ is all about the Danish way of life and having a feeling of wellbeing and warmth the whole year round. Hence, a contributory factor, as to why they have been voted one of the happiest nations.

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