Kenya is not so well known for its tea, but it has been producing it for over 100 years. The majority has been commercial production for teabags, but now there are some independent high quality gardens around Mount Kenya.
Welcome to the September 2018 edition of the Curious Tea subscription! Let’s look at the four exciting new teas we’re sharing with our subscribers this month. The first light tea this month is Darjeeling Sencha from Gopaldhara Tea Estate, an unusual vegetal and smoky green tea made from Japanese tea… Read more
Welcome to the March 2018 edition of the Curious Tea subscription! As usual we have four exciting new teas to share with our subscribers this month. The first light tea this March is a vegetal and creamy Jin Xuan Milk Oolong from Meishan in Taiwan. The second light tea is… Read more
Welcome to the January 2018 edition of the Curious Tea subscription! As usual we have four exciting new teas to share with our subscribers this month. This month all of our teas are united by one theme – they are purple teas! If you are unfamiliar with purple tea, the… Read more
Welcome to another month of Curious Tea subscriptions! This month we have some contrasting teas for you to taste, some of which are very much at different ends of the tea spectrum in terms of processing and flavours. For February 2016 we have an exquisite and light Xue Ya Snow… Read more
In September 2015 we are featuring the following teas for our tea club subscription: a great purple tea from Kenya, two Indonesian teas from Harendong and a very rare Doke Black fusion. Light: Purple Varietal Green Tea and Harendong Green Oolong; Dark: Harendong Black Pearl and Bihar Doke Black Fusion;… Read more
Our March boxes should be with all our UK subscribers by now and our international subscribers should be receiving them very soon. We hope you will enjoy what we have selected for you this March. We have Huoshan Huangya Yellow, Lelsa Pai Mu Tan, An Assam Doomni Special and Darjeeling… Read more