See Where Your Williamson Earl Grey Grows

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Williamson Tea makes one of the great Earl Grey Teas. Actually, its an award-winning tea, having won a3 star award from the International Taste and Quality Institute, otherwise referred to as the “Food Oscars.”  A good Earl Grey Tea starts with a good black tea.  Williamson uses tea they grow on their own tea farms in Kenya. Williamson does not …

Williamson Tea, Farmers and Growers, Say Dry Weather Lowering Production

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Williamson Tea, one of the very tiny number of tea companies that actually grow, produce and market their own tea, says weather is effecting production of tea.  Kenya is where Williamson grows tea.  Actually, Kenyan Teas are popular with most British and Irish brands. According to Williamson, tea production has decreased in their tea farms, due to the continuation of …

Williamson New Herbal Teas are Now in the USA

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Williamson Tea has introduced a new line of herbal teas that will be available in the US over the next few days.   Williamson Ginger Grove is a black tea infused with ginger. Williamson Mint Garden adds fresh mint leaves to their own tea. Williamson Sunshine Lemon infuses their own tea with real lemon and lemon oil.

Williamson Kenya Green Tea Bags Have Arrived

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How about an African Green Tea that comes in tea bags? Now, you can get that in the USA.  Williamson Green Tea from Kenya is available in tea bags and can now be found in the USA.  Williamson Tea is one of the few companies that grows tea on their own tea estates.  Try an African Green Tea for a …

Williamson Tea Launches Foundation

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Although we may be biased, but it seems as if tea companies consistently try to make the world a better place.  Recently,  Williamson Tea announced the launch of its foundation.  The Williamson Tea Foundation focuses on projects involving people and the environment.  Williamson’s aim is to improve the lives of the those involved in growing, picking and processing the tea …

Williamson Tea Installs Solar Panels on Kenya Tea Estate

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Williamson Tea has installed a solar power park at its tea farm at Changoi, Kenya.  Nearly 1.5 hectares (approx 18,000 square yards) Williamson has created the first utilty-scale solar project in East Africa.  The project will generate 1.6 million kilowatt hours of electricity.  Located near the equator with 12 hours of daylight every day, this part of Africa is the …

Does the Williamson Tea Elephant Have a Name?

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If you drink Williamson Tea, you have seen the company’s elephant logo.  Do you the name of the elephant? Does it even have a name? Yes, it does have a name.  The elephant’s name is Shaan and it goes back to the time when the company had tea farms in India. Today, Williamson Tea grows all its tea on its …

See Williamson Tea’s New Elephant Teapot

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Williamson Tea has long been known for their unique and popular Elephant Caddies, which are filled with different varieties of tea. Recently, the company introduced an Elephant Teapot.  Pictured below, this teapot holds 3 to 4 cups of tea and is made in China.  Currently, this item is not available in the United States.