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Royal Golden Safari. America's Favorite Black Tea.

Voted as one of America’s favorite black teas by “Tea Time” magazine (July/August 2013.) We are grateful to carry an exclusive tea that showcases the tireless efforts and hard work from our small scale farmers. We thank Lorna Reeves, editor of “Tea Time” for this great honor. “Tea Time” magazine is a national magazine in major bookstore chains like Barnes and Noble, Joe Muggs and Books-a-Million. The magazine is also available at major grocery store chains like Publix, as well as retailer stores like Wal-Mart and Target.

Call 615-586-6966 to begin your “Royal Golden Safari” (Royal Golden Journey) to order this incredible tea!!!


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Africa's Rarest Tea, RTK Handcrafted Purple Tea

Handcrafted Purple Tea“RTK Handcrafted Purple Tea” This is the rarest tea in Africa, bar none! Some have described this tea to be similar in appearance to a "Dan Cong" which is a very old tea with a history that dates back to 900 years ago. The tea plants are untruncated trees that rise tall and straight with branches that open out like an umbrella."

Royal Tea of Kenya’s Grandpa’s Anytime Tea, featured in national TeaTime magazine

Tea Time Magazine2013 has begun in earnest with a lovely 3 page article in the January/February edition of TeaTime magazine. The article written by Jane Pettigrew entitled “Royal Tea of Kenya for London’s Royal Celebrations,” is about my grandfather and his tea juxtaposed with Kenya’s relationship with the British royals. His tea “Grandpa’s Anytime Tea,” was celebrated during the Queen’s diamond jubilee in 2012. The magazine is in major bookstore chains like Barnes and Noble, Joe Muggs and Books-a-Million. The magazine is also available at major grocery store chains like Publix, as well as retailer stores like Wal-Mart and Target.

October is Royal Golden Safari Tea Month

Royal Tea of Kenya celebrates with the tea community the rare and excellent tippy golden tea produced by our tea farmers. Aptly named by Shirlene Davis, principal owner of Royal Tea of Kenya "Royal Golden Safari Tea;" commemorates the life and achievements of Wangari Muta Maathai. Dr. Maathai was the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004.

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Joe Simrany Endorsement

Joy and Joe

Joy. N, Founder of Royal Tea
of Kenya
with Joe Simrany
at World Tea Expo

Recently sampled by Joe Simrany, President of the Tea Association of the USA, Inc. the Tea Council of the USA, Inc. and the Specialty Tea Institute (STI)

Here is what he had to say:

Oct 2, 2012 - Royal Golden Safari

“I enjoyed sampling the Royal Golden Safari tea and found it to be refreshing, light, and tasty. It is reminiscent of a 2nd flush Darjeeling with a beautiful bright color and delightful aroma. Congratulations on producing a very lovely tea.”

Joe Simrany
President
Tea Association of the U.S.A.

On October 2, 2012 Mr.Simrany received the Cha Jing Lifetime Achievement Award in Philadelphia, PA for his lasting contributions to the tea community. Royal Tea of Kenya congratulates Mr. Simrany on the award and we wish him great success in the future.

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