Tea made the African way is always “cooked”, whether you are speaking of the way it is made in Tanzania, Zimbabwe or Uganda.

A pot is normally placed on a stove top with a mixture of about 50-75% milk and water. Once the milk comes to the boil, it is turned off and tea bags are dropped into it. In Uganda, adding ginger spice to the brew is a popular way of drinking tea. Sometimes the tea bag is ommitted and ginger spiced milk is prepared instead.

Always available in all restaurants both local and Internationally operated in the country.

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