We like to keep it local, it makes sense on so many levels. We are supporting local employers and in turn their local workforce, reducing air miles and bringing you great local products. Here, we feature local supplier Cornish Coffee.
Who doesn’t love a good cup of coffee? Our coffee gets lots of compliments and it’s local! Cornish Coffee are specialists in small-batch roasting right ... Continue Reading →
Here at the Pandora Inn we believe in keeping it local, it makes sense on so many levels. It means we are supporting local employers and in turn their local workforce, reducing air miles and bringing you fresh, locally grown Cornish produce. Here’s the first in a series of features on our great local suppliers.
We purchase our fruit and vegetables from ... Continue Reading →
Over the past few years The Pandora Inn has been both a national finalist for the wine category in The Great British Pub awards and winner of the St. Austell Brewery estate awards for ‘Best Wine Pub’. In recognition of this owners John Milan and Steve Bellman, along with managers Catherine and Lester Croft, were taken to Champagne courtesy of the ... Continue Reading →
Premium South African wines sit comfortably at the higher end of wine lists delivering outstanding quality and perfect food wines, whether reds for meat dishes or whites for seafood. The Pinotage grape, indigenous to South Africa, is producing wines that are clean, fresh, vibrant and characterful. Bush vine Chenins have richness and texture yet are light in body to be plentiful and fun.
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If asked to name wine producing regions, it’s unlikely that many people would say The Lebanon. With the terrible troubles in Syria, you would be forgiven for thinking that the country’s wineries had disappeared into the desert. In fact, they are thriving despite the wine growers risking life and limb to grow and harvest the grapes.
Lebanon is firmly staking its place amongst the wine firmament. Château Musar’s red is still Lebanon’s most celebrated wine described by many as one of the great ... Continue Reading →
Did you know that English vineyards are now producing an average of four million bottles per year? Even the French recognise the quality of our soils with Champagne giant Taittinger recently purchasing 40 hectares in England to be planted with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
The UK is now a premium wine producing region with around 5,000 vineyards in England and Wales ... Continue Reading →
While we are all familiar with red, white or rosé wines, did you know there were ‘green wines’ too? Our wine list contains a selection of wines that have been produced organically or using practices that protect the environment or that are suitable for vegetarians or vegans.
Our extensive wine list has clearly marked symbols so you know exactly what’s what. Here’s what ... Continue Reading →
It all started a few years ago with our Pandora Inn mugs with their fun slogan ‘I’d rather be at the Pandora inn!’. They proved hugely successful and people started asking for postcards and T-shirts and… it has just gone on from there! Now you can Shop @ Pandora Inn for all sorts of gifts!
Today, our Pandora shop stocks ... Continue Reading →
Cornwall is renowned for its cider so it is always a very popular drink in this part of the world. We stock, and sell, a big range here at the Pandora and among our selection are three ciders from Cornish Orchard – Gold, Blush and Pear.
Pressed, blended and bottled at Westnorth Manor Farm in Duloe, Cornwall, Cornish Orchard creates its award-winning, premium ... Continue Reading →
As part of our quest to keep it local, as well as selling Cornish grown tea from Tregothnan, we also sell Cornish coffee! While the climate in England isn’t suitable for growing coffee beans (unsurprisingly!) we do get our coffee from a local supplier, Cornish Coffee, who now hand roast their coffee beans in Cornwall!
At the Pandora, we ... Continue Reading →