Having lived in Kenya, this is one of those teas that takes me back to childhood, and all those excellent Highlands teas. A great afternoon tea, brisk and yet mild without the astringency that sometimes mars strong Kenyan tea. My second favourite (after Queen Catherine...)
This is a surpringingly mellow tea. It has a body like a full Assam, but the delicacy of a mild Ceylon. Reminiscent of a rich Sikkim.
This is my first cup, but if it's this good gain, I'd give it a fifth star.
Colonialism never tasted so good.
This is a great tea, but I would have to recommend the Kenya Milima. The livingstonia is a lighter tea, If you prefer light teas go for this one. But if you like your teas dark like me, Kenya is a better option.
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