Kenya Invests in Specialty Tea Factory

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Actually I first saw this being grown on the Yunnan Burma border in 2009....very young tea at the time and not yet mature. The producer, an ex colleague of mine, had been working with a very well known overseas brand to make such tea and had kept the entire project very confidential. Kenya is not the sole origin, but has probably driven such a variant more than any other producing nation, admittedly.

Tony Laurent 280 days ago

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