Kenya is the largest African producer of tea, and the third largest exporter of tea worldwide. This major cash crop was brought here in 1903, hitting the commercial markets in 1924. As you can imagine, most teas grown here are from the more drought resistant species of Camellia sinensis assamica (tea plant). Most of the tea grown in Kenya is processed using the Crush, Tear, Curl (CTC) method, making it a consistent, desirable tea to use in many popular black-tea blends and a significant portion of breakfast teas. Add a little milk and sugar and enjoy the bold, full-bodied flavor of Kenya black teas.
Loose leaf tea is sold by the ounce. If you want more than one ounce, simply increase the number.