You want a strong tea? Then go CTC style! CTC (Crush Torn Curl) uses special machine to make the little bitty balls of tea you see pictured here. The result is a full bodied Kenyan black tea with intense malt flavor. Good if you need a strong cup by itself, or you can throw a handful in with another tea type to give it more strength.
A bold, brisk tea - it is also ideal as a blending agent, especially if you are looking to strengthen your tea.
Very malty with light hints of current
Bright and Coppery
Country of Origin
Fantastic flavor and probably one of my favorites from here. Somehow the perfect mix between a tea filled with flavor and something that's mild and palatable by even those who don't drink tea as often as I do. Has come to also be my mother's favorite black tea, overall good buy.
This is my favorite tea. I use 2 tsp tea with 1.5 cups of boiling water. I use a teapot to allow the tea leaves to “swim freely”. I add a generous amount of milk. Delicious!
Love this tea. I have been drinking this tea exclusively for a number of years now. It has a true tea flavor and you just need a pinch of sugar to help it along. This tea is also great as iced tea too!!
Kambaa is our go to tea for breakfast when we need a stronger and bolder tea to start the day. Highly recommended!
This was the first tea I tried at the Whistling Kettle (years ago now) and it made me realize what I was missing by drinking generic tea from the grocery store. It's got a strong but not over powering flavor. Mixes well with a pinch of sugar and splash of milk. I usually have a half a dozen tins available at a time, but it's when I run out of this that I know it's time to reorder.