Symole of Quality
Tea from Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
Sri Lanka has over 188,000 hectares under tea cultivation yielding about 298,000 tons of “made” tea, and accounting for more than 19% of world exports. In 1972, the island then known as Ceylon reverted to the traditional name of Sri Lanka, but retained the brand name of Ceylon for the marketing of its teas
Tea from Sri Lanka falls into three categories: low-grown (on estates up to an elevation of 2,000ft); medium grown (on elevations between 2,000 and 4,000 ft); and high grown (elevations above 4,000 ft). Each level produces teas of unique character. By blending teas from different areas of the island and at varied elevations, Sri Lanka can offer a very wide range of flavor and color. Some are full-bodied, others light and delicate, but all Ceylon blends will have brisk, full flavors and bright golden color.
Symbol of Quality
The Sweet Aroma and the Golden liquid that swirls in a cup of Tea, is all about Pure Ceylon tea The Taste of Quality Which is Served for a life time...
The Cleanest tea in the world
Sri Lanka retains its position as the ‘Best in Class’ producer of Quality Tea, considered by the Technical Committee of the ISO as the cleanest tea in the world.