School: School of Agriculture and Biotechnology
Department: Food Science and Nutrition
Karatina University P.O BOX 1957-10101, Karatina, Kenya
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Kilel, E.C., Wanyoko, J.K., Faraj, A.K. and Ngoda, P. (2019). Effect of Citric Acid on the Total
Monomeric Anthocyanins and Antioxidant Activity of Liquor Made from Unprocessed
Purple Leafed TRFK 306 Kenyan Tea Clone. Food and Nutrition Sciences, 10, 1191-1201.
Kilel E.C., Wanyoko, J.K., Faraj, A.K. and Ngoda, P. (2018) “Optimization of manufacturing
conditions of the new purple leafed Kenyan teas (TRFK 306) – maceration style and
withering duration” International Food Research Journal 25(2): 730-736.
Kilel E. Cherono, Wanyoko J.Kanyiri, Faraj A. Kipruto and Ngoda Peninah (2017) “Effect of Leaf Withering Duration, Maceration types and Aeration Duration on the Quality of Black Tea
of Clone TRFK 306 (Kenyan Purple Tea)” International Journal of Research in Chemistry
and Environment Vol. 7 Issue 2 (21-29).
Julius M. Huho*, Mucai Muchiri, Irura Ng’ang’a, Agnes kavoo, Hellen Kamiri, Esther Maina, Patrick Muthee, Emily Kilel and Eunice Kagure (2016). Adoption Of Purple Tea In Kenya: Status, Opportunities And Challenges . Tea 37 (1 & 2) 2016, 112-121.
E.C. Kilel , A.K. Faraj , J.K. Wanyoko , F.N. Wachira and V. Mwingirwa (2013) “Green tea from purple leaf coloured tea clones in Kenya- their quality characteristics” Food Chemistry 141
Kilel E. C., Wanyoko J.K., Faraj A.K. and Wachira F. N. (2013) “Plain Black Tea Quality
Parameters of Purple Leaf Coloured Tea Clones in Kenya” International
Journal of Research in Chemistry and Environment Vol. 3 Issue 3 July 2013(81-88).
Kilel, E.C., Wanyoko, J.K., Faraj, A.K. and Wachira, F.N. (2012). “Variation in theaflavins and
catechins contents in processed from the purple tea varieties in Kenya. Tea 33(2), 2012, 95-104.
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