Rwanda's tea industry is still fairly young. Production began here in the 1950s and the quality of its tea has continued to increase ever since. Also known as "the land of a thousand hills", Rwanda would appear to have the ideal terroir for growing tea. With plantations at altitudes of between 1,500 and 2,500 m on volcanic soils that benefit from an equatorial climate,
it has all the conditions necessary for producing incredible teas in the heart of its green and luscious landscapes. In addition to teas produced using the CTC method (crush, tear, curl), so-called "orthodox" teas are also produced here, which are characterized by their finesse and aromatic richness: a treasure-trove from which our experts have chosen a selection of superb crus.