Kenya Dryer Mouth Black Tea
Kenya Dryer Mouth Black TeaKenya Dryer Mouth Black TeaKenya Dryer Mouth Black Tea

Kenya Safari Black Tea

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This ungraded single estate tea from the Lelsa Tea Garden looks exactly as it did when it exited the mouth of the dryer after production. That's why it's also called Dryer Mouth Tea.
Price: Starting at $9.95
Ingredients: Premium black tea
Origin: Kenya
Caffeine Level: Medium
Brewing Time: 3 - 7 minutes
Water Temperature: 212°F
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What a fascinating cup. This ungraded single estate tea from Kenya's Lelsa Estate comes straight from the mouth of the tea dryer. For us Kentuckians, it's like drinking bourbon straight from the barrel of one our nearby distilleries. Exceptionally deep profile!

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Very nice cup of Rosie Lee
brendanstallard (lilburn, GA) 5/4/2016 4:04 PM
This stuff is the propah cuppa. Nice, robust and fragrant. Bold, brown and beautiful. I'll be buying lots more of this.
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Kenya Tea at its best!
E. Inker (United States) 4/26/2016 2:28 PM
I love it overall. Its clean and not too astringent ... I can drink it all day long and best of all, it doesn't require milk. It stands just fine by itself. Pricing for a full Lb. of Tea is not bad at all considering the quality ... Buy It!
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Superb tea at a excellent price.
Rweeks (United States) 4/26/2016 2:27 PM
This tea exceeded my expectations. It has that distinctive fruity lightness which is typical of fine Kenyan tea. The price was excellent and the rough cut of the tea is perfect for mesh straining. I highly recommend this tea.
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You get what you pay for
Fitfool (United States) 4/26/2016 2:26 PM
You get what you pay for. It's more expensive than Lipton's tea but also tastes considerably better. But not as good as the fair-trade organic teas from Frontier Co-op (which costs about $25/lb for English or Irish Breakfast tea). Robust black tea that goes well with milk and a touch of honey/sugar. Comes in a resealable foil bag to help preserve freshness.