Tea growing in Rwanda, also known as "the land of a thousand hills", is still young. First developed in the 1950s, it has since grown into an industry that produces very high-quality teas.
Teas from coming
Of all the countries that came to tea-growing later in the game, Kenya is undoubtedly the one that has been most successful. The quality of its production rivals that of the 'Grand Seigneurs', the great tea-producing regions of the world, notably that of Ceylon.