A strong black tea grown at 3,300 feet in an African volcano! Tastes great with a drop of milk.

Drank this tea on Nov 6th, 2013 at the Steepster meetup. So now I’m here trying to find out more about this mysterious volcano and the tea, LOL.

I did add some milk, and the tea tasted like a weak Ceylon tea – didn’t have that buzz that I was hoping for.


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