African tea


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Noun1.African tea - the leaves of the shrub Catha edulis which are chewed like tobacco or used to make teaAfrican tea - the leaves of the shrub Catha edulis which are chewed like tobacco or used to make tea; has the effect of a euphoric stimulant; "in Yemen kat is used daily by 85% of adults"
excitant, stimulant drug, stimulant - a drug that temporarily quickens some vital process
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Some of the African tea comes from Rwanda, which is lovely tea but produced only in certain gardens.
Initially eteatrade is auctioning African tea, which accounts for nearly 14% of the world's tea exports.
One kg of black African tea cost 180afs and the same amount of green tea 150afs.
ATB was the first broker in Mombasa, starting when the London auction (now deceased) still controlled most African tea.
One kilogram of black African tea sold for 180 afghanis and the same amount of green tea for 150 afghanis, he added.
Organized by the East African Tea Trade Association (EATTA) and The Tea Board of Kenya (TBK), the World Tea Convention -- Kenya will be a global tea marketing forum, bringing together members of the tea trade from all over the world.
A five-kg can of ghee sold for 320afs, one kg of black African tea for 180afs and one kg of Indonesian tea for 150afs.
The East African Tea Trade Association (EATTA) complained this past fall about what they perceive as unnecessary restrictions on travel of crucial tea buyers from tea-loving Islamic nations.
The rate of a five-litre ghee cane worked out at 320 afghanis, a kilogram of black African tea at 180 afghanis and a similar amount of green Indonesian tea at 150 afghanis, he said.
What Livingstone Tea is offering is a new, fresher, more aromatic tea, produced, blended, and packed in Kenya, and representing all that is best about African tea.
A kilogram of Indonesian tea sold for 150 afghanis, and one kilogram of black African tea for 180 afghanis.
When the Kenya Tea Development Authority (KTDA) was established in Kenya, the factories that were built east of the Rift Valley produced high quality African tea.

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