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Mwanga Kenyan Black Tea
from $4.00 Mwanga Kenyan Black Tea
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Wanja Purple Tea
from $7.00
Wanja Purple Tea
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Wanja OP Kenyan black tea
from $3.00
Wanja OP Kenyan Black Tea
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Wanja Kenyan green tea.
from $3.00 Wanja Kenyan Green Tea
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Wanja Tea of Kenya is an online tea store based in Massachusetts that deals solely in high quality and unadulterated loose leaf Kenyan Teas. All of our teas are sourced at a fair price from small-scale farmers in Kenya's most fertile tea growing regions. Our teas are grown using sustainable and eco-friendly farming methods that produce the best teas that Kenya has to offer.

From fertile family owned farms to your cup, our mission is to act as a direct link between our customers and small scale tea farmers in Kenya. We also aim to bring about socio-economic development to Kenya's tea growing regions by sourcing and selling the teas at a fair price. 

Wanja Tea of Kenya teams up with Kopernik technology marketplace
August 29, 2013

Wanja Tea of Kenya has teamed up with Kopernik technology marketplace to fund the d.light Girl Micro-Franchisees project in Nairobi, Kenya. The project aims to Empower girl micro-franchisees with business opportunities and bring light to urban slums in Nairobi, Kenya. Wanja...

New 4 Ounce tin can option for Wanja OP black tea
June 22, 2013

To show our commitment to fair pricing we have launched a new Wanja OP black tea packaging option. This package includes 4 ounces of exquisite Wanja OP black tea in a beautiful brush silver tin can. Priced at only 10.00...

SororiTea Sisters Wanja Purple Tea of Kenya Review
September 26, 2012

"I haven’t yet had many occasions to try purple teas. I’ve tried a few, and I’ve really enjoyed those that I’ve tried. So, when Wanja Tea of Kenya approached me with the opportunity to try their purple tea, I was...

Karibu (Swahili word for welcome)
August 08, 2012

The idea to start a tea business came after several friends loved and wanted more of the Kenyan Tea that I had shared with them in the spring of 2011. Soon after, I found inspiration from my grandmother’s memory and...