Tea prices could hit an all-time high this year because of production disruptions in Kenya, according to the Food and Agriculture Organisation.

Average tea prices “are expected to reach even higher and possibly record levels” this year following a 10% reduction in shipments from Kenya, the FAO says in its report to the Global Dubai Tea Forum, according to the Financial Times.

Wholesale tea prices rose 6.5% to $1.95 a kilogram last year but prices in Kenya have jumped to $2.50 a kilogram since December, the paper adds.