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  • on a farm in central Kenya, a group of guests pick purple tea leaves.

  • They've traveled from Nairobi, part of a T tour that launched last October.

  • It's a sign of how a rapidly growing base of consumers like Bell Aguada are flocking to the health benefits of specialty teas.

  • It's palatable to add sugar.

  • It's easily digestible.

  • It's milder than black tea and just just an experience.

  • Kenya is the world's biggest exporter of black tea, and the crop is one of the East African nations.

  • Top hard currency earners.

  • The government says new varieties could cushion farmers from oversupply of black tea and low prices.

  • Karanja Qingyuan Joey is a purple T pioneer.

  • His farm, which runs the Datura Greens tour, started growing the crop in 2000 and nine.

  • Green tea, when you're back from the farmers, were by the harder the shootings.

  • I don't normally they get 50 sharing for the same girl grandma, too.

  • And when we process ourselves, we saw this one double the price of the green tea.

  • Experts such as Samson, commander of the Kenya T Research Institute, say substances in the purple pigment have several health benefits, very strong, and if mentally effects and microbial at a G.

  • The tea is also produced in China and Japan and Kenyan.

  • Julie has 20 acres of the purple variety, alongside 100 acres of the usual leaves.

  • The farm processes its own purple T, which is sold directly to Chinese buyers.

  • The business also has clients in Canada, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.

on a farm in central Kenya, a group of guests pick purple tea leaves.

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Specialty tea causes a stir in Kenya

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/12
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