tea is the most widely consumed tea in the world.
tea is so called because of its relatively lengthy
period that darkens its leaves. This color is
to the cup in a pale Sienna color and red-orange
tea flavors can be differentiated by region of
more than other teas.
of Tea (Kenyan Black Tea)
i) Reduces oxidation
in the body that are associated with aging and
ii) Promotes healthy cholesterol levels and boost the immune system.
iii) Increases metabolism and improves mental performance as well as
stress hormone levels.
iv) Includes anti-cancer properties and anti-diabetes effect
coffee is considered the finest of its kind, grown
altitudes under ideal growing conditions. It is
acidity and average
to brisk body, also
as fruity. It has a distinctively bold, yet smooth
achieves this level of excellence through a
system; that rewards growers for better quality,
has led to steady improvements. Each lot of coffee
whether by a smaller coop or large estate,
testing by Coffee Board of Kenya cup testers.
earns a premium (or a discount) from the base
the grower, providing a strong incentive to
lot of coffee is then sold at weekly auctions to
who represent overseas buyers. A.E.S. Inc. is an
based in the U.S. They send us samples from each
auction and we give them bids on the lots we
Beans from Kenya
not only impart Kenya’s juicy acidity and
grapefruit notes, but lush, herbal flavor,
body and floral aroma as well. At 6,000
sea level, the sloping terrain provides
rich soil and excellent drainage. Here
with 200-300 coffee trees handpick only
cherries each day.
roasted beans are the most aromatic of any coffee.
brew a lively cup with complex flavors hinting of
and blackberry. It’s absolutely delicious!
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