Origin: Kirinyaga, Kenya
Though most Oolong teas are associated with Asian producers, this semi-oxidized oolong tea is grown Kenya, known for its rich earth and gentler climate. With its tippy brown-black and medium sized leaves, this tea brews into a beautiful dark golden liquor, bold in flavor and with an earthy aroma.
Brewing Instructions: Use 1 teaspoon for 12 oz of water heated to 195F/95C. Steep 3 to 5 minutes.
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