Kenyan Safari

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  • “I love many different black teas, but this one is just superb. It is rich and robust, yet mellow; strong, yet wonderfully smooth. I absolutely adore it. However, I do wish it was certified organic!” Read full tasting note
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  • “I received a sample of this from *Charissa*. Thank you for sharing some of your Gong Fu teas with me! This was a really tasty cup. I had this one in the afternoon yesterday, but noted that...” Read full tasting note
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From Gong Fu Tea Shop

This black tea from Kenya is produced in the Cut-Tear-Curl fashion, yielding a small, broken leaf and a strong liquor. Unbeknownst to many of us in America, Kenya is the fourth largest tea-producing nation in the world. This Kenyan is full-bodied but smooth, and a good accompaniment to a hearty breakfast.

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I love many different black teas, but this one is just superb. It is rich and robust, yet mellow; strong, yet wonderfully smooth. I absolutely adore it. However, I do wish it was certified organic!

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I received a sample of this from Charissa. Thank you for sharing some of your Gong Fu teas with me!

This was a really tasty cup. I had this one in the afternoon yesterday, but noted that this would be better in the morning. It is a bit of a kick in the pants kinda tea. It has hints of muskital/mushroom. It is brisk, but the briskness is a nice flavor adding taste. It is rich and well balanced flavor. I can see why tea from this region is often used in breakfast blends.

Charissa

Glad you liked it!

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