Each Tin Contains 3.5 Grams of Loose Leaf Tea
Enclosed - Mango Black Tea, Mint Black Tea & Rum Chai Black Tea
Mango Black Tea Blend - Timbuktu Collection
This is a super delicious Mango meets African Black Tea. This is an alluring mango fruit black tea with hints of hibiscus flowers. The taste brings you back to a tropical African summer day in Mali. It embodies the taste of ripped mangos. The perfect cup of mango black tea to cup hot or iced. Contains caffeine.
The ancestors of the Dogon came from Mande, an area in southwest Mali and northeast Guinea that was home to the thirteenth-century Mali empire. The Dogon tribe migrated after the empire's collapse to the cliffs of the Bandiagara plateau.
Mint Black Tea Blend - Timbuktu Collection
A mint black tea with dynamic mint flavor and character. An excellent, calming and soothing cup of tea. You will have a lasting mint taste in every sip. This rich African black tea with north African mint leaves is a mint tea lovers pleaser. Honoring the Tuareg tribe mint tea drinking culture from the Sahara region of Africa uplifts every sip. Try it with a garnish of fresh mint sprigs or leaves.
The Tuareg people (/ˈtwɑːrɛɡ/; also spelt Twareg or Touareg; endonym: Kel Tamasheq, Kel Tagelmust) are a large Berber ethnic confederation. They principally inhabit the Sahara in a vast area stretching from far southwestern Libya to southern Algeria, Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso. For the Tuareg mint tea is a way of life.
Rwanda Rukeri Rum Chai
Located in Central Eastern Africa, Rwanda offers high elevation, African tropical highland climate and rich volcanic soil to support its thriving tea gardens and estates. Rwanda's natural attractions, such as volcanic mountains, deep lakes and wildlife preserves, make it an alluring destination for tea lovers and tourists interested in natural habitats. This beautiful rum chai tea is rich and full of delicious chai spices and African rum flavor. A malty rum taste is lively in every sip. Cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, clove and toasted caramel adds to this amazing black chai tea.
Due the fact that Rwanda is surrounded by volcano mountain ranges plus other indigenous countless rolling hills which will catch your glimpse sight whenever you look around, this is why the country is famously called the Land of a Thousand Hills.