How i got it: Bought It
Experience: New tea to advance in my project! I don’t know if was due to the association with the extreme temperatures, but i expected a tea from Kenya to have a darker color and to taste stronger, which wasn’t exactly the case. Its aroma is interestingly similar to a Yunnan’s, with spiced notes but without the smoked ones. Light taste, very well defined from the beginning of the sip, medium intensity, not very complex, with earthy-toasted notes at the end of the sip in addition to some hints of honey. I’d say this tea has more in common with a Nepal/Darjeeling than with an Assam or Ceylon. I’d have liked a bit more richness in its flavor too, but that’s a detail. Very good.
Would i buy it again?: I don’t know if i could include it between my favorites, but sure has a possibility. Maybe i need a couple more sips to get to appreciate it more. Time will tell.