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A Ceylon tea , medium grown at altitudes between 2,000ft and 4,000ft above sea level. Teas from Kandy are also used for blending purposes.
Valley in Himachal Pradesh, North-West India where tea is grown on some 1,200 small holdings each just a few hectares in size. Green tea production predominates.
A fine grade of black-leaf China Congou tea produced in the Anhui province.
An East Africa tea producing country, which produces some of the finest black teas from the African continent. Kenya teas are used for blending purposes as well as being sold as speciality tea in its own right. It is a bright coppery tea with a pleasantly brisk flavour.
The home of the state-owned Kenya Tea Packing Factory from which the internal market is supplied.