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  • Kenyan Black Tea. Ajiri Tea. Kenyan Loose Black Tea. Loose Tea. Fairly Traded Teas from Africa.
  • Kenyan Black Tea. Ajiri Tea. Kenyan Loose Black Tea. Loose Tea. Fairly Traded Teas from Africa.
  • Kenyan Black Tea. Ajiri Tea. Kenyan Loose Black Tea. Loose Tea. Fairly Traded Teas from Africa.
  • Kenyan Black Tea. Ajiri Tea. Kenyan Loose Black Tea. Loose Tea. Fairly Traded Teas from Africa.
  • Kenyan Black Tea. Ajiri Tea. Kenyan Loose Black Tea. Loose Tea. Fairly Traded Teas from Africa.
  • Kenyan Black Tea. Ajiri Tea. Kenyan Loose Black Tea. Loose Tea. Fairly Traded Teas from Africa.

Kenyan Black Tea (Loose)

$ 10.00

Ajiri Kenyan Black Tea is exceptionally full-bodied and smooth. Winner of the "Best Black Tea" at the World Expo, this Kenyan Black Tea is grown in the Kisii Hills of western Kenya, an area known for its abundant rainfall and fertile soil.

Each box is adorned with a unique piece of art handmade by women in western Kenya. Every label is made using dried bark from banana trees and handmade paper. Inside the box, a small twine or bracelet, is made using recycled magazines and dried bark from banana trees. 

100% of the profits are donated to the Ajiri Foundation, which provides school fees and programming for orphans in western Kenya.

Net Weight: 3.5 oz

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Ingredients
100% Kenyan Black Tea

Brewing Instructions
Bring fresh water to a boil; steep for 3-5 minutes or until desired strength. One teaspoon brews one cup of strong tea.

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Philip

I really like a tea that is dark and malty, Ajiri tea is the best I've tried. I use a little cream and I can steep it for 10 minutes and it never gets bitter. Plus it has a wonderful malty aroma.

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Desiree

It tasted so smooth especially with cream and sugar ! I loved the small designs in it, such as the handmade beads and art work !

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All profits from sales of Ajiri Tea are donated to the Ajiri Foundation, which pays school fees for orphans in western Kenya.

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