Know where your tea comes from this National Tea Day

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Know where your tea comes from this National Tea Day

This National Tea Day we want to encourage transparency in where your tea comes from. In a time when we are questioning supply chains and their ecological impact more than ever we believe in customers knowing where their tea is ... Read More

  • 20 April 2018
  • by: Elice
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Farm Notes

As part of the Williamson Tea Foundation’s continued efforts to explore and develop new agricultural systems and enterprises for the good of the environment and the farms our team trialled a small remotely controlled drone over Changoi. The old adage ... Read More

  • 27 February 2018
  • by: Elice
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Farm Notes from December

In the past month the farms have experienced generally colder days. Rainfall has been higher than previous years, much to the appreciation of the tea bushes after a dry summer! Although the weeks have been scattered with grey days the ... Read More

  • 12 December 2017
  • by: Elice
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Farm Notes from October

This month we were delighted that our teas coming top in the Tea Classes competition. This competition is an industry wide contest, grading the tea leaf to evaluate it’s quality and condition determining it’s price . Hundreds of teas as ... Read More

  • 17 October 2017
  • by: Elice
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Farm Notes from September

With extreme weather patterns seeming to be the topic of the news this month, our farms too have suffered. On Changoi farm, otherwise known as our sunshine farm due to it’s typically bright weather and home to the largest solar ... Read More

  • 19 September 2017
  • by: Elice
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Farm Notes from August

Within our Tinderet farm, known as place of lightening for its frequent violent storms, we have been furthering our sustainability by preventing soil erosion through the targeted planting of native trees along key water catchment and flow areas. These trees ... Read More

  • 22 August 2017
  • by: Elice
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This month on Kapchoura farm

Lying on the Eastern slopes of the Nandi hills, Kapchorua is our highest altitude farm at close to 7,000 feet above sea level, it’s steep slopes are home to Kenya’s characteristic rich, dark reddish soils. The tea bushes grow slowly here ... Read More

  • 26 April 2017
  • by: Elice
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Continued Drought In Kenya Threatens Tea Production

With an official SOS sent out by the UN over the growing threat posed by a drought in Kenya the lack of rainfall is now seriously threatening tea production this year, with tea bushes stressed and in particularly badly effected ... Read More

  • 10 March 2017
  • by: Edward
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Special Offers on Teas from Tinderet, “the place of lightning”

With the damp and darkness of January already behind us and quite possibly all the good intentions of healthy lifestyles and gym memberships faded since the New Year we felt we should start the journey around our four farms with ... Read More

  • 5 February 2016
  • by: Edward