Karibu Harvest Black Tea
Black tea scientifically called Camellia sinensis a type of tea which is stronger in flavor and more oxidized than oolong, green, and white teas. Black tea not only warms your body, but it may provide you with antioxidants, polyphenols, tannins and various minerals, among others
Karibu Harvest black tea is known to have a distinct brownish color what is described as a “brisk”, “full bodied” flavor. The Mt Kenya region highlands reddish soil is rich in minerals which make it favorable for tea to grow and thrive that parts of Kenyan region. Which give the tea it’s flavor and aroma.
Kenya Black tea is among the best high quality unorthodox black tea world wide and ranked 3rd in tea exporting worldwide. The tea is grown in small scale farms and the majority of the tea pickers are women, which helps them to support their families. Black tea is processed from young, downy leaves, buds and stems, which are then fermented before being rolled and dried.
The dried leave go through a processing known as cut, twist and curl (CTC) process, where all the leaves, buds and stems are crushed/ground to equal sizes, mostly dust and fannings, yielding stronger, thicker and brighter teas and ensuring a higher number of cups of tea per unit measure.
ingredient: Black tea
steeping instruction: 8oz water \ boil \ steep 3-4 min