Our tea operations include growing, processing, warehousing and marketing of bulk tea through the Mombasa auction and through direct sales to customers overseas. About 99% of the produce is exported to United Kingdom, Europe and Middle East Countries. Our tea farms are located in the highlands West of the Rift Valley in Sotik and Nyamira areas. The operations comprise four large tea estates covering 1,463 hectares and two CTC tea factories (Kipkebe and Keritor) with a combined capacity of between 12,000 and 15,000 MT of black CTC tea annually. Green leaf to the factories is supplied from our own farms and from selected out growers in the region. Out growers contribute about 40% of our green leaf intake.
Sasini Gold is a blend of primary grades teas only, carefully selected by expert tea tasters for the richness of their body, taste, flavour and aroma. The teas are of high quality; are colourly for a good cup and have a nice black leaf appearance. Available in 250g and 500g packs
The tea bags are a rich blend of primary grades teas that are rich in body, taste, colour and aroma – a perfect choice for the sassy consumer on the go. They are available in enveloped tea bags in packs of 50s and 100s and a separate offering of un-enveloped tagged tea bags in packs of 100s
These are a blend of a select primary and secondary grades teas that are strong and colourly for a refreshing cup. It is your typical household ‘companion’. Available in 50g, 100g, 250g and 500g packs
The teabags are packed from a blend of assorted choicest primary and secondary grades that are fresh, strong and colourly for an energizing cup. They are available in 50s and 100s tagless
Premium brand comes in to complement Gold and Chai variants in its own unique way and takes its pride of place with the masses. The tea is a blend of assorted primary and secondary grades. Available in 15g sachets and 50g packs
Below is the range of our offerings in tea which are produced in six distinct marks, namely, Kipkebe Mark, Keritor Mark, Magura Mark, Sakawa Mark, Kiptenden Mark and Sett Mark: