Innovation has long been a tenet of our Red Diamond family tradition. We continue to seek out trend-setting ideas in both tea and coffee that help our customers appeal to the latest consumer demands and expectations. From mocktails to cocktails to dessert creations, we offer an array of recipes made perfect with the quality of Red Diamond coffee and tea.

Caramel Swirl Iced Coffee

A refreshing blend of coffee, milk, sugar and caramel sauce served on finely crushed ice for a deliciously satisfying beverage that is sweetly reminiscent of summer strolls along the boardwalk.  The caramel blend perfectly accents the smooth flavor of Red Diamond® Coffee.

Mocha Mousse

A decadently sweet blend of chocolate and coffee, this Mocha Mousse brings a unique elegance to your dessert offerings. Serve individually or as a dish to share. It can even be prepared a day in advance.

Blackberry Tea and Thyme Pork Tenderloin

A unique flavor accent to pork tenderloin with a savory-sweet rub of blackberry tea, thyme, garlic and black pepper. For fall-off-the-fork tenderness with an undeniably fresh flavor, this recipe is ideal.

BnB Iced Tea

Iced tea, honey and lavender come together for a taste that helps you escape to a rustic bed and breakfast.  Crisp and garden-fresh, it’s made with Silver Service Raspberry Rose floral-flavored tea and garnish with lavender sprig.

Cassia Coffee

Steep demerara (a Guyanese brown cane sugar) with cinnamon overnight.   Add it to a tall glass of iced coffee and coconut milk, and garnish with a cinnamon stick for a soothingly smooth spiced icy beverage.

The Fiery Joe

It’s not just hot, it’s spicy hot.  Give your coffee a kick by accenting a cup of joe with ancho chile.  Mix in a simple syrup made of brown sugar and cayenne, and then garnish with a dark chocolate square and dried chile skewer.

Verde Tea

Green tea, lemon and sage honey are steeped overnight to create a bracing blend of flavors that take you away to a Mexican beachside cabana. Topped with Topo Chico, with a mint spring added to give it extra pizzazz.

Tiburon Tea

Toasted coconut tea and horchata combine for an exotic beverage with Latin island flair. Topped with cinnamon, it’s an ideal after-dinner delicacy. Go from mocktail to cocktail by adding dark rum.

Blackberry Junip

A tart yet sweet blend of blackberry tea with blackberries, lime and mint spritzed with soda, this refreshing elixir is a great way to bring some vitality to your day. And when evening arrives, add vodka, rum, gin, or whisky for a delicious cocktail.