Kenyan Kosabei TGFOP
Tasting Notes: brisk and malty
Description: An orange pekoe black tea that has the classic Kenyan profile of brisk and malty flavor with delicate astringency. An amber coppery black tea with notes of buttered toast, soft earth, currants, and faint citrus notes. A light to medium-bodied black tea with a fine balance of maltiness, briskness, and astringency in each sip.
A versatile tea that's enjoyable both iced and hot. This is the tea that we recommend for people who want a classic and crisp unflavored black iced tea. For hot tea drinkers, we recommend this tea for people who enjoy black breakfast teas on the lighter side.
Kenyan Kosabei is a TGFOP grade black tea produced in the Kenya highlands at the Kosabei Estate that is located at an elevation of approximately 5,000 feet. The Kosabei Estate is regarded as one of the finest tea estates in Kenya.
Ingredients: black tea from the Kosabei Estate in Kenya in TGFOP grade (tippy golden flowery orange pekoe)
Steep Directions: steep 1 heaping teaspoon of tea per 8 oz boiling water, 205-212°F, for 3-4 minutes
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