Black orthodox tea

To produce the fines tea requires not just the ideal environment but also careful husbandry, skilled harvesting and meticulous processing. Kenyan Orthodox tea are grown on high elevation at the foot of Mount Kenya as well as highlands of Great Read more…

Green tea

Green tea is made from the leaves from Camellia sinensis that have undergone minimal oxidation during processing. Unlike black teas which undergo fermentation thus producing black color upon drying, Green tea is not fermented but is heat-treated to retain its color. The brew Read more…

White tea

Just like any other Kenyan tea (Black or Green), White tea is also derived from Camellia sinensis. Only the youngest leaves, the buds are gently hand plucked. The buds which contains highest concentrations of catechins, are then withered at low temperatures, hand Read more…