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About Us Retail Store. Detailed Description Kenya, a country in East Africa, is known worldwide for its wildlife reserves, its lofty mountain peaks, and the high quality offerings from the country's tea gardens and coffee plantations. Located in the South West part of Kenya is the Kericho district, where its high altitude and almost daily rain showers create the perfect environment for tea growth. Kenya tea is a main staple in Irish and English tea blends, and for years it was mostly produced for the tea bag trade. For the past 10 years or so, the Kenya tea producers have been focusing on more orthodox producing to create high quality large leaf style teas. The neatly twisted, golden tippy leaves steep to a bright, robust, medium-bodied tea with a slight fruity taste. Kenya teas are excellent breakfast teas and also pair well with eggs, beef dishes, desserts, chocolate and breads. Kenya Milima Black Tea. Review Average:. Kenya Milima - 1 Ounce pkg.
- Black tea from Kenya with full-bodied cup -
Haunting malty notes with deep Bordeauxlike flavor. A perfect after-dinner tea. This is the only factory in East Africa producing orthodox style leaf. This special mark is produced from a delicate clone, which was developed at African Highlands Produce, - Applied Research Department. The clone develops a distinct floral characteristic during the cooler months of June and July when the bush growth is slow.
Notify me when this product is available: Add me to the store mailing list. Kenya Milima is Africa's most elegant black tea, with golden tips reminiscent of fine Assams. This tea led the way to Africa's emergence as a quality supplier. Kenya Milima. Packaging Type. Add to Cart. Briskness: 3. Details: Milima is Swahili for "In a high place". The tea plants that produce this tea grow at more than six thousand feet above sea level in the Kenyan Highlands. The leaves take on lovely flavors in the cool air and rocky soil.