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Intro


Ceylon Tea

The Creator gifted the Paradise Island of Ceylon with the perfect growing conditions for Ceylon Black Tea.  Ceylon tea is the worlds most popular and sought after tea having a special taste, quality & character that is unique to each terrain and region in the island.

How

Black Tea follows a process of oxidizing and fermenting of the tea leaves. It produces a tea that is strong in flavour and contains a high caffeine content. The color of Black Tea is not black when it is brewed but the name is given because of the color of the leaves which are black. When brewed, Black tea has a rich, dark amber colour.

It has been the most popular among all teas produced in the world for over a century.

Types

There are two categories of grades, ‘Leaf grades’ and ‘Smaller broken grades’.
Leaf grades refers to the size and appearance of the teas that were produced during Sri Lanka’s colonial era, and which are still being used, and Smaller broken grades refer to the modern tea style and appearance.

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Intro


Ceylon Tea

The Creator gifted the Paradise Island of Ceylon with the perfect growing conditions for Ceylon Black Tea.  Ceylon tea is the worlds most popular and sought after tea having a special taste, quality & character that is unique to each terrain and region in the island.

How

Black Tea follows a process of oxidizing and fermenting of the tea leaves. It produces a tea that is strong in flavour and contains a high caffeine content. The color of Black Tea is not black when it is brewed but the name is given because of the color of the leaves which are black. When brewed, Black tea has a rich, dark amber colour.

It has been the most popular among all teas produced in the world for over a century.

Types

There are two categories of grades, ‘Leaf grades’ and ‘Smaller broken grades’.
Leaf grades refers to the size and appearance of the teas that were produced during Sri Lanka’s colonial era, and which are still being used, and Smaller broken grades refer to the modern tea style and appearance.

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Silver Tips


Silver Tips


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OPA


OPA


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PEKOE


PEKOE


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FBOP


FBOP


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BOP


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BP1


BP1


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BOPF


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DUST


DUST