Grandpa's Anytime Tea

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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 15 sec 13 oz / 384 ml

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This tea is named after Arthur Nuguna Komo, the oldest tea farmer in the world, who turns 113 this year. Grandpa’s Anytime Tea is a dark fine CTC tea. The aroma of the dry leaf is sweet, and slightly tangy and it brews into a rich, red liquor. The flavour is mellow and smooth with no bitterness or sharpness. It’s excellent enjoyed clear, but is also robust enough to stand up to the addition of milk and/or sugar.

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thanks for this one omgsrsly I finished the last of this today while trying not to fell asleep at work in the afternoon lol. This one’s not too shabby. it’s got a bit of a bitter/bolder than i like it hit at the end of it, so i likely won’t restock unless i can share it with others! haha but i did enjoy this :)

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There are a few places that stock this tea, and I have a feeling it’s all from the same Grandpa. :)

So good. Rich and malty. Possibly astringent or bitter, but this is totally a tea for cream. So that’s how I’m having it. And it’s delicious. I could see this tea being a morning staple.

Just a note: I’m consuming this tea while eating some seriously sub-par bacon flavoured potato chips. Mackie’s of Scotland also has Haggis flavour, and I’m sooooo glad I didn’t get that one. The chip texture is also kinda meh. They’re not properly crunchy, rather they’re hard. Would I try another variety? Yes, but not the Haggis.

Flavors: Malt

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 18 OZ / 532 ML
Cameron B.

I got some Maple Bacon kettle chips yesterday and they are quite tasty! :)


I did not even know bacon flavored chips were a thing. How did I not know. I think I need to try some…


Sour cream and bacon ripple chips were a standard when I was growing up. Maybe it was a Canadian thing! But those ones had REAL bacon bits in the seasoning, which I think made all the difference.


MMMMmmmmmmm – Ruffles sour cream and bacon chips!!!! Not quite as good as Old Dutch kethup – but almost. :))

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