1. Sri Lankan & Ceylon Tea

  2. One of the most celebrated drinks in the world

Our Ceylon teas come from some of the finest tea estates in Sri Lanka, renowned for producing refined, high grade, premium quality leaf teas that are crisp, elegant and wholly refreshing. Ceylon tea can vary in characteristics but is widely appreciated as a bright and lively tea with a delicate flavour. Pure Ceylon Tea is normally drunk black but is also excellent with a splash of milk.

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Celebrated to be the finest in the world,

the unique flavour, fragrance and freshness of Ceylon Tea set it apart from the rest.

What is Ceylon tea?

Ceylon tea is produced in the highlands of Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, and is made from the dried processed leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant. It has a slightly different taste from regular black teas, with citrus notes and a full-bodied taste because of the environmental conditions where it’s grown. 

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Where did Ceylon tea originate from?

Ceylon teas were planted in 1867, in what we now know as Sri Lanka, following a coffee blight which wiped out the coffee plantations on the island. It’s now one of the most popular types of tea and Sri Lanka is the world’s third-largest tea producer. 

Why you should trust our Ceylon tea

Our Ceylon teas are of the highest quality, sourced directly from tea growers and approved quality suppliers. Most of our teas are sourced from Ethical Tea Partnerships growers and are certified organic, with a wide choice of options to choose from.

How to brew Ceylon tea

To brew a delicious cup of Ceylon tea, add one teaspoon of leaves per cup of boiling water and steep for 3-5 minutes, depending on how strong you like your tea. Strain into a cup and either drink as is or with milk and sugar. 

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