Dry Weather Teas
As farmers we worry about the weather every day, some may say to an almost excessive amount, but a feel for tea, when to harvest the perfect two leaves and a bud or when to let the bushes rest, all comes back to the weather and most importantly rainfall. So the recent dry season, longest on record since 1963, certainly made us more than a little...
Dry Weather Reduces Tea Production
Continued dry weather across Kenya has seen production drop across all four of our farms, as well as the surrounding tea growing areas.  As farmers we are use to the ebb and flow of the seasons with their effects on our tea bushes and soils. Dry weather is an annual feature of farming in Kenya and we grow natural wind breaks through the...
Solar Tea
Solar Tea