Did you know that Cameroon produces and exports over 4 thousand tons of tea and year? What is more shocking is that Cameroonians don’t actually enjoy tea! During my recent trip to Cameroon, Africa, I was able to grab some black tea and upon tasting its deliciousness I was even more perplexed as to why Cameroonians don’t sip tea.
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Black Tea from Cameroon, Africa is vibrant in hue. The deep amber color makes me want to stare into my tea cup forever.
The scent of Black Tea from Cameroon, Africa filled the air long before the steep. When I cut open the tea bag I noticed how fragrant the dry tea leaves were. Once steeped, the sweet malty and caramel notes filled the entire space of my home office.
Hario Chacha Kyusu Maru Tea Pot and Infuser
Without 2 teaspoons of honey, Black Tea from Cameroon, Africa is smooth and air-y. I would liken it to a black tea cloud that pleasantly plays on the taste buds. The steep was much smoother and less astringent than I thought it would be.
With 2 teaspoons of honey, Black Tea from Cameroon, Africa is heavier, more malty and more astringent in taste. The honey adds a slight sweetness to the sip but the heavy notes overwhelm the palate even finding themselves in the crevice’s of the teeth.
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