Dilmah Real High Tea Challenge Cafes and Restaurants Indonesia

Welsh Cakes_

start my day with a cup of coffee and end it with a cup of tea. Drink coffee in the morning it good for me, it will give me an energy and makes me feel like energiser bunny, but when I feel blue and tired I always longing for a cup of tea. It will makes me feel calm and ease all my pain. Different type of tea will give a different mood and sensation. Sitting by the window with my hands wrapped around a cup of English breakfast, no sugar with a dash of milk…will transform me to a small cottage in England.

Couple weeks ago Dilmah Indonesia invited me to media and blogger technical meeting for Dilmah Real High Tea Challenge Cafes and Restaurant. This technical meeting will be held at PT. David Roy office in south Jakarta, 3pm for media and 7pm for blogger.
Dilmah Tea Pairing

Dilmah Tea Pairing 02

Dilmah Tea Indonesia and PT. David Roy (as a Dilmah Indonesia) will hold Dilmah Real High Tea Challenge Cafe and Restaurant. This event will be held in two major cities in Indonesia, Jakarta and Bandung. There are 10 cafes and restaurant from Jakarta and 8 from Bandung who will be participating in this real high tea challenge. For more information and schedule you can check Dilmah Indonesia web.

Welsh Cakes

Welsh cake are tea-time treat from Wales, it made from flour, sultanas, and some spices like nutmeg and cinnamon. It easy to make, you can use oven or simply use cast iron griddle. Traditionally Welsh cakes are served hot or cold with dusted with caster sugar, but I made some honey cream and eat it with sliced fresh strawberries.

Welsh Cakes Recipe – adapted from Jamie Oliver

  • 250 g all-purpose flour
  • 100 g butter
  • 50 g sultanas
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon and nutmeg powder
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons milk to bind
  • a pinch of sea salt


  • Sift all the dry ingredients into a big mixing bowl. Cut up the butter and rub it into the flour, use your hands until the mixtures resembles breadcrumbs.
  • Pour in the beaten egg and milk, mix well until it form a dough ball. It should be fairly short, don’t over work it.
  • Roll the dough in a lightly floured surface to a thickness of a biscuit, or about 1/2 inch. Cut it into a round shape with cookie cutter.
  • Rub lightly a heavy iron griddle or heavy-bottomed frying pan with butter. Put it on a medium heat, cook the Welsh cakes for 2-3 minutes on each side, or until golden brown.
  • Remove cakes from pan and dust with caster sugar. Serve warm with a cup of hot tea.

Welsh Cakes

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