Grandpa’s Anytime Tea is named after Arthur Njuguna Komo, the oldest tea farmer in the world, who turns 113 this year. Grandpa’s Anytime Tea is similar to Grandpa’s Afternoon Tea, but is mellower and lighter. The aroma of the dry leaf is sweet, and slightly tangy, and it brews into a rich, red liquor. This tea produces a satisfying brew which tastes good by itself or with milk and sweetener.
General brewing tips:
• Brew in a glass or porcelain teapot.
• Use good water (spring water is ideal).
• Pre-warm all of the tea ware.
• Use a ratio of 1.5 tsp of dry leaf per 8 ounces of water.
• Use water that has just come to a full boil (212°f).
• Infuse for 4 minutes.