Kenyan Milima from the highland plantations of Kenaya are plucked during June and July at a height of 6000 ft or more and processed using only traditional and orthodox methods. In Swahili, "Milima" means "mountain" or "high place". The Milima mark indicates production from a particular clonal variety of tea bush. The mark is given only by the Saosa Factory in the highland plantations of east Africa. This leaf is of golden flowery orange pekoe grade. Zoom in to the image above to see in detail the slender dark black leaves with some golden tips. Similar to a high grade Assam tea, one may enjoy this tea in the morning.
Leaf: Golden flowery orange pekoe grade dark black leaves with some golden tips
Aroma and Taste: Complex, malty, spice and fruit notes