TGFOP is a shining example of the quality teas being produced on Kenya's top estates.
The flavour second to none exhibits a rounded lightly malted body with balanced touches of astringency and bakery notes.
In some remote corners of Africa, stories are still told of a great stone of undeniable beauty, it was once set in the Ephod or sacred garment of the ancient Israelite tribe of Issachar. This stone is mentioned in the Book of Exodus as the Sapir believed by many to be the root word of the English word sapphire.
A visit to the Rift Valley would have you believing the lightning theory. The unique weather means the region is peppered by strikes on a regular basis, with new nutrients and minerals deposited by the fires the tea bushes thrive.
The name of one of Kenya's most important tea growing regions Tinderet translates into English as The Place of Lightning. Tinderet also happens to be home to some of the finest teas in Africa, (it is no coincidence). In tribute to the legend of the ancient stone, we offer a tea worthy of carrying the Sapphire name.
The tea is crisp and clean with a full bold body and mesmerising amber hue, as a means of representing the deep blue colour of the Sapphire, cornflower petals are added to the perfectly graded leaf for visual appeal and an added neutral mellow character.
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Bought as a Mother's day gift. The set came in environmentally friendly packaging and a lovely bow around it. My mum loves Blue Sapphire Tea and was delighted with the gift.
I buy this tea regularly for whe. I have time to make loose leaf tea. Great for something a bit different. But still black tea.
I bought this tea for my husband, and he finds it a nice change from his ordinary leaf tea. It has a subtle flavour and a lovely aroma. Drinks it mostly as a treat in the afternoon.
blue sapphire is a lovely flavoured tea it has a beautiful light flavour just right for afternoon tea try it I am sure you will like it .
Lovely flavour, not too strong with a hint of smokyness.