If you have not yet figured out which one is the best tea in the world, it's time you check on our store.
We have come to bring all the teas in the world in one place that is accessible to you anywhere, anytime as you please. As we travel the globe searching for the best teas to bring to you, we will keep adding these to the list, so be sure to check this space regularly.
At present we have a premium selection of hand picked teas from the following countries:
Japan - Tea was traditionally drank at religious classes in Japan. With an increase in travel and interest in cultural diversity from China, more seeds were brought to Japan and became the drink of the royal classes. Soon after cultivation began and we now have various varieties of Green teas that come out of Japan. In recent years Japanese stoneground Matcha has becoming increasingly popular. The Love for Matcha is growing, so much that we see it popping up in everything - from cakes, popsicles, biscuits and even body scrubs and creams.
Kenyan - Did you know that the first tea in Kenya were first planted in 1903 by the Caine brothers? Then, it was largely produced in the country for global commercialization. In fact, Kenyan tea is considered as one of the best of all this healthy sip produce. The "Ken" of Kenteco stands for "Kenya" as we are direct suppliers of the healthy teas from Kenya. Try our Black Othodox Tea if you want a sip that is lighter in colour, richer in taste, but with a distinct aroma.
Turkish - In Turkey, it is hard to imagine breakfasts, social gatherings, business meetings, negotiations for carpets in the Grand Bazaar, or ferry rides across the Bosphorus without the presence of tea. Take a sip of our instant and refreshing Orange Tea directly sourced from Turkey. You may enjoy it hot or iced.
China - Now this is where it all began. It all happened one summer day, while Chinese Emperor Shennong was visiting a distant part of his realm, he and the court stopped to rest. In accordance to his ruling, the servants began to boil water for the court to drink. Dried leaves from a nearby bush fell into the boiling water, and a brown substance was infused into the water. As a scientist, the Emperor was interested in the new liquid, drank some, and found it very refreshing. That interest is still growing until today that tea drinking has become part of most people's afternoon delights. Try this Buddha Tears and watch the tiny pearls unfold into large silver tip green tea leaves as you infuse it.
Australia - More chefs are becoming interested in tea and food pairing, plus including tea in their cooking. There will also be more of a push for naturally grown tea and more information on farm origin. Try our Kenteco Australian Breakfast Tea which sports less caffeine and tannin compared to other brands. If you prefer, you may also enjoy it with milk.
USA - Legend has it that the first time Iced tea was served was at the 1904 St Louis Fair. As it was incredibly warm, people were not interested in drinking hot tea, so Richard Blechynden apparently put ice in the tea he was serving. The American people allegedly found this to be very refreshing and as they kept coming back for more, according to that story, a new drink was invented. Since then, the average American drinks nearly 6.5 gallons of iced tea per year. But if you prefer a warm tea that's minty and helpful, sip on the Purely Peppermint Yogi Tea. It's absolutely the perfect way to lift your spirits and quiet your stomach, with a fresh flavor and aroma you’ll want to enjoy every day.