Grown in the mountain base of Kenya, Purple tea is a new cultivar of Camellia sinensis.
Twenty five years in development, and currently grown only in Kenya, it was developed with higher levels of anthocyanins, (a blue, violet, or red flavonoid pigment found in plants. Examples are red cranberries, eggplant and grapes) and believed to have excellent health benefits to humans.
The purple tea leaves have distinctive reddish purple color .
The tea has flavors and astringencies similar to both black teas and green teas.
It’s a exciting new tea and we suggest you experiment with to find what temperature
and steeping time ( we suggest 4 minutes) that tickles your taste buds.
The brew is a pale to a light purple color with a floral honey like aroma and taste.
Ingredients: Kenya Purple Leaf Tea
SAMPLE – NET WT. 0.50 (14.17g) Approximately 5-7 servings
TIN – NET WT. 1.5 OZ (42.52g) Approximately 30 – 40 servings
You can reuse leafs 2-3 times.