From: Happy Food,
Most people associate tea leaves with India and China – but did you know that some of the world’s most distinctive teas are actually grown in Kenya? Rich in flavour, Kenyan tea also happens to contain higher levels of antioxidants than teas produced in most other parts of the globe – making it the perfect choice for health-conscious tea drinkers.
Already looking forward to your next tea break? The lovely people at the Kenyan Tea Board (www.teaboard.or.ke/) believe that there’s more to a good cuppa than just a splash of milk and a bit of sugar. They’ve got lots of ideas on how to combine different teas to make your own unique blend – a welcome change from just another supermarket tea bag. We gave the process a go and were pretty impressed with the result, so we thought we’d share the Tea Board’s tips...
Now all you need to do is sit back, put your feet up and enjoy!
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