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Making the Perfect Cup of White African Tea

Making the Perfect Cup of White African Tea Behind China and India, Kenya is the largest tea producer in the world. Kenyan tea, around 90 percent of the tea is grown and produced is cultivated on very small farms. Kenyans are leaders in developing new varieties of tea such as white and purple teas that grow abundantly and are able to tolerate climate conditions in Kenya.

Kenya is the 3rd largest tea producer in the world
Kenya is the 3rd largest tea producer in the world

Making the Perfect Cup of White African Tea

Africa produces handmade white, green, and specialty teas produced by smallholder tea farmers. Malawi Antlers White Tea is a specialty tea favored by tea lover all over the world.
Picking tea leaves in Kenya
Picking tea leaves in Kenya

Step-by-step on how to make the perfect cup of White African Tea 

 1. Use one teaspoon of dried loose tea per cup of water, more to taste. 
 2. When making a flower or herbal tea with small leaf and green leaf type plants, you can use a tea strainer. The tea strainer eliminates the need to strain off the small leaves later. 
 3. Add your desired amount to a tea strainer or teapot. 
 4. Cover with boiling water a let steep for 2- 5 minutes or until you created your perfect cup of tea based on your preference.
Malawi Antlers White Tea is a specialty tea favored by tea lover all over the world.Did you know?
The African country of Malawi has the oldest tea plantations in all of Africa, with some tea bushes dating back to the year 1891.

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