The Times of London
The mist hangs thickly over rolling hills covered with a green patchwork of thigh-high tea bushes. Workers wearing boots and aprons move methodically through the fields, choosing the youngest tips to throw into their sacks.
The dampness in the air and the light drizzle that fell last week was welcome, because there has been so little of it lately in Kenya, the leading tea exporter in the world. Continue reading Drought and deforestation push Kenyan tea prices to record high