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Kaimosi

Surrounded by equatorial forest and traversed by the Sirwa river, the name Kaimosi is derived from the local Nandi word β€˜Koi Komas’ referring to the site of two huge stones. The thick forests and shading trees create teas with a smooth yet full flavoured, strong liquor which we think pairs perfectly with our bespoke oil of Bergamot to create our Earl Grey teas.

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OUR FOREST FARM

EARL GREY TEABAGS
BLACK TEA WITH PEACH
T-TONIC
ELEPHANT GREY

FLORA & FAUNA

Crested cranes, Black-and-White Casqued Hornbills, King Swallow butterfly, Dancing Jewel dragonfly and Wild Gladiolus.

SOILS

Deep red to yellowish sandy clay soils with a Humic Acrisol topsoil developed onto of igneous rocks.

CLIMATE

Radiant mornings, with regular rainstorms buffered by the surrounding forests.