This is a a strong, tasty tea and seems to be a great tea for writing
The tea estate Kenilworth produces teas known as “mid-country” teas, grown at 3,500 feet. They are renowned for their rich, coloury liquor and strength. The OP leaves are fancy, long rolled and wiry with a distinctive flavor unique to this estate. Even adjacent gardens blessed with the same climate cannot product the same flavor and liquor. Enjoyable anytime, we particularly recommend Kenilworth for the morning, when the virtues of a good strong full-bodied cup of tea are especially appreciated. Steep at a water temperature just below boiling.