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Certain plots on the Kosabei estate share a similar ph level to traditional Sencha plots in Shizuoka, Japan. Bushes selected to grow in these areas flourish and by applying the Japanese process of steaming the leaf before production, the resultant tea is...

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Kenya Kosabei is probably one of the finest teas produced in Kenya. Grown at high altitudes it has a classic Kenyan profile of being gentle and astringent yet with notes of malt, currant and moist earth. As a TGFOP, Kosabei is absolutely an outstanding...

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Lelsa is a sub district of one of the most finest tea estates in Kenya, Tinderet. Teas, As a regular prize winning tea estate, Lelsa pride themselves on teas that have a purity of flavour with a malty edge. This particular FBOP tea is no exception and...

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Kenya Milima is processed at the only factory in East Africa which produces the orthodox style leaf of black tea. During the cooler months of June and July when the bush growth is slow, the tea leaves develop the Milima distinctive floral character and...

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Kenya Tinderet is a truly stunning, handmade white tea from one of Kenya's most famous tea estates. In the Nandi hills amongst lush surroundings, these tea bushes produce some of the finest teas Africa has to offer. Naturally dried, with fresh, floral...

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Quality over quantity is what you'll find from this Fair Trade tea estate. This exquisite BP1 is a fine example of Satemwa's quality. Full of malty notes and balanced astringency the cup provides a long finish - all things considered a superb tea!

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Rwanda Rukeri BP1 compares well to a full bodied Assam or Kenyan tea as it possesses hints of malt, molasses and wine together with a delicate astringency. A lovely tea, good for drinking with breakfast.

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Tanzania is the only country where tea was first planted by Germans in 1904, however it wasn't until 1926 that tea was commercially grown here. As success prevailed, more and more tea estates flourished, one of which is Luponde. Renowned for its...