This tea is perfectly balanced between being strong and having complex, dark sweetness. It is carefully processed to ensure long-lasting and interesting aromas.
Tasting notes: Full-bodied black tea with tasty sweetness, rich flavors of nutmeg, sweet grilled banana, malty, mineral, dark honey, roasted nuts and a long aftertaste
Process: Orthodox method, Fair Trade pesticide-free farming, two leaves and a bud, lighter oxidation than in Thyolo Black. Whole leaves
Brewing: 1,5g tea / 1 dl water, 95C for 1.30 min
Origin: Single Origin Satemwa cooperation, Thyolo, Malawi. The small farmers’ own appr. 0,5 ha each
Best before: 30.6.2020
Contents: Black tea
About the farmer: This tea estate is called Satemwa, owned by Alexander Kay. It consists of several small growers. This tea farm takes pride in being the only tea farm in Malawi that produces Orthodox tea. Their efforts improving the lives of the tea workers is humbling. Their dedication in protecting the surrounding nature and wildlife as well as maintaining high sustainable farming methods are truly rare in the tea industry.