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Kambaa Estate Tea - Loose Leaf

Kambaa Estate Tea - Loose Leaf
SKU: TOLSLL_ESTKAM
MPN: TOLSLL_ESTKAM
$4.94 - $14.84


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    A very malty flavor with light hints of currant
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    The Kambaa Estate Tea blend from English Tea Store has a very malty flavor with light hints of currant. Tea was introduced to Kenya only after India gained independence in 1947. At that time, a number of tea planters emigrated to the country which was then still part of the British Empire. Despite a ban on the transfer of plants and husbandry information, these planters brought tea bushes with them to start new gardens. The Indian plants soon began to thrive in the Kenyan climate, particularly east of the Rift Valley.

    98% or more of this tea comes from estates that are part of the Ethical Tea Partnership. The ETP is an initiative started within the tea industry to monitor and regulate living and working conditions on estates around the world.

    How to Make Tea

    Available in 4 sizes (Please select from the options above):

    • First time trying English Tea Store's Kambaa Estate Loose Leaf Tea?

      Try our Sample Size of 1 ounce.
    • Contents loose leaf tea net weight 4 ounces
    • Contents loose leaf tea net weight 16 ounces (1 pound)
    • Contents loose leaf tea net weight 80 ounces (5 pound)

    Ingredients: Black tea

    Tea is made in Kenya

  • Warranty Information
  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin China
    Season Everyday
    Size 4oz
    Product Type Loose Leaf Tea
    Dietary Options Caffeinated
    Dietary Options Gluten Free
    Flavor Traditional
    Type Estate Tea
    Left Overlay Image gluten-free-prod.png
    Brand English Tea Store
  • 11 Reviews

    11 Reviews

    • 5
      Kambaa is the best

      Posted by Chinch on May 30th 2020

      This is my favorite tea. It's pretty strong and malty. I drink it with milk and honey. I have been getting it from the English Tea Store for years and it has been consistently excellent.

    • 5
      So glad I found you!

      Posted by WLian on Oct 16th 2019

      I was thrilled to find this Kambaa tea again after several years. I used to get it from a local tea shop which has since closed its doors. It is brisk, but if you like to have a good splash of milk in your tea as I do, it is just the thing for a fall morning, or any morning!

    • 5
      Big Malt Taste

      Posted by Kim K on Sep 1st 2019

      This is my favorite tea and has been since a friend turned me onto it 15 years ago. I was an avowed tea drinker who went to the dark side (coffee) in 2008. Eleven years later, my stomach couldn't handle beans anymore, so it was back to my old favorite. This is an especially robust tea, with a good caffeine jolt and a hint of smoke at the finish. It absolutely needs a splash of milk and I also add a dash of honey. I don't miss coffee when this is in my cup. Dark, reddish brown brew. Highly recommended.

    • 4
      Good Go To Tea

      Posted by Druthers NY on Jun 1st 2019

      This is a nice tea that is not too strong. It goes well with milk or with lemon. We enjoy it in the afternoon as a little pick me up along with a biscuit or a scone.

    • 5
      Worth the price

      Posted by Stephen on Mar 17th 2018

      My "go to" tea due to the full flavor.

    • 5
      Bright and malty

      Posted by Cromer S on Nov 15th 2017

      A truly lovely tea, bright and malty and flavorful, drink with milk, of course!

    • 5
      best black tea

      Posted by DavePL on Aug 3rd 2017

      Strong, not harsh, this is one is my favorites

    • 5
      Kambaa Estate tea loose leaf

      Posted by Ammy on Jun 20th 2017

      I started with your sample package. Loved it so much order the 4 oz. this time. Like the Estates Teas and especially the Kambaa.

    • 5
      A lovely Kenyan tea. Good on its own and great in custom blends

      Posted by Soundbuys on May 6th 2017

      I bought this tea because I was looking to customize the taste of a an Irish Breakfast loose leaf blend I had purchased. I was looking for an African tea to balance the heavy Assam notes in the Irish breakfast. I had enjoyed Red Rose Kenyan tea bags while in Scotland recently and decided to try this Kenyan tea. It is lovely on its own, and for the days I want the stronger flavor of an Assam blend, I mix them, and vary the proportions for diversion. I know some worry about "dust" with these small leafed teas. I had no problem with this one.

The Kambaa Estate Tea blend from English Tea Store has a very malty flavor with light hints of currant. Tea was introduced to Kenya only after India gained independence in 1947. At that time, a number of tea planters emigrated to the country which was then still part of the British Empire. Despite a ban on the transfer of plants and husbandry information, these planters brought tea bushes with them to start new gardens. The Indian plants soon began to thrive in the Kenyan climate, particularly east of the Rift Valley.

98% or more of this tea comes from estates that are part of the Ethical Tea Partnership. The ETP is an initiative started within the tea industry to monitor and regulate living and working conditions on estates around the world.

How to Make Tea

Available in 4 sizes (Please select from the options above):

  • First time trying English Tea Store's Kambaa Estate Loose Leaf Tea?

    Try our Sample Size of 1 ounce.
  • Contents loose leaf tea net weight 4 ounces
  • Contents loose leaf tea net weight 16 ounces (1 pound)
  • Contents loose leaf tea net weight 80 ounces (5 pound)

Ingredients: Black tea

Tea is made in Kenya

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin China
Season Everyday
Size 4oz
Product Type Loose Leaf Tea
Dietary Options Caffeinated
Dietary Options Gluten Free
Flavor Traditional
Type Estate Tea
Left Overlay Image gluten-free-prod.png
Brand English Tea Store

11 Reviews

  • 5
    Kambaa is the best

    Posted by Chinch on May 30th 2020

    This is my favorite tea. It's pretty strong and malty. I drink it with milk and honey. I have been getting it from the English Tea Store for years and it has been consistently excellent.

  • 5
    So glad I found you!

    Posted by WLian on Oct 16th 2019

    I was thrilled to find this Kambaa tea again after several years. I used to get it from a local tea shop which has since closed its doors. It is brisk, but if you like to have a good splash of milk in your tea as I do, it is just the thing for a fall morning, or any morning!

  • 5
    Big Malt Taste

    Posted by Kim K on Sep 1st 2019

    This is my favorite tea and has been since a friend turned me onto it 15 years ago. I was an avowed tea drinker who went to the dark side (coffee) in 2008. Eleven years later, my stomach couldn't handle beans anymore, so it was back to my old favorite. This is an especially robust tea, with a good caffeine jolt and a hint of smoke at the finish. It absolutely needs a splash of milk and I also add a dash of honey. I don't miss coffee when this is in my cup. Dark, reddish brown brew. Highly recommended.

  • 4
    Good Go To Tea

    Posted by Druthers NY on Jun 1st 2019

    This is a nice tea that is not too strong. It goes well with milk or with lemon. We enjoy it in the afternoon as a little pick me up along with a biscuit or a scone.

  • 5
    Worth the price

    Posted by Stephen on Mar 17th 2018

    My "go to" tea due to the full flavor.

  • 5
    Bright and malty

    Posted by Cromer S on Nov 15th 2017

    A truly lovely tea, bright and malty and flavorful, drink with milk, of course!

  • 5
    best black tea

    Posted by DavePL on Aug 3rd 2017

    Strong, not harsh, this is one is my favorites

  • 5
    Kambaa Estate tea loose leaf

    Posted by Ammy on Jun 20th 2017

    I started with your sample package. Loved it so much order the 4 oz. this time. Like the Estates Teas and especially the Kambaa.

  • 5
    A lovely Kenyan tea. Good on its own and great in custom blends

    Posted by Soundbuys on May 6th 2017

    I bought this tea because I was looking to customize the taste of a an Irish Breakfast loose leaf blend I had purchased. I was looking for an African tea to balance the heavy Assam notes in the Irish breakfast. I had enjoyed Red Rose Kenyan tea bags while in Scotland recently and decided to try this Kenyan tea. It is lovely on its own, and for the days I want the stronger flavor of an Assam blend, I mix them, and vary the proportions for diversion. I know some worry about "dust" with these small leafed teas. I had no problem with this one.

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