Ceylon teas from Sri Lanka are excellent mild to strong teas grown in the high hills of this Eastern Isle! Ceylon tea is excellent for blending or as listed here, drinking on its own. For a more detail description of the regions of Sri Lanka and the delicious flavour of Ceylon teas please click here.
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Superb classic flavour, quite delicious, drink hot and black with a slice of fresh ginger. Will also take milk.
All the taste of traditional orange pekoe. Just add lemon or fresh ginger.
A full, round taste and a delicate flavour. This can be drunk black or with a slice of lemon.
A rich, strong Uva. The tea is grown on the eastern slopes of Sri Lanka's central heights up to 5000 feet. This leaf gives a really full flavoured cup that's rich in tannins and oomph! can be drunk with milk.
A superb orange pekoe from some of Sri Lanka's loftiest plantations high above the clouds, around 6000 ft above sea level. Sip and enjoy it's floral bouquet, delicate and mellow yet with a twist of lemon zest. This black tea with greenish tones is best drunk without milk, though a slice of lemon or lime we found rather good!
Tommagong tends to have a slightly flowery flavor that takes to milk well. A bright 'happy' tea that fills you with the promise of spring!.
A full flavour Ceylon tea with an impudent touch of briskness. Ideal with milk.
From this well established plantation (circa 1880) on the Madulsima hills in South Eastern Sri Lanka, we have a fine tea indeed! Grown to Rain forest Alliance standards, Shawlands OP is a fully oxidised and rolled whole leaf black tea. Bright and fresh with notes of apple and slight woodiness makes a rather delicious cuppa any time of the day.
Best drunk black or perhaps with a slice of lime.