Ceylon OPBlack Tea
It’s just the greatest tea.
It’s dark and it’s coppery
With a slight malty taste.
When I drink this tea, not a drop goes to waste.
This black Ceylon tea is from the western highlands. Picked in the dry months of January and February, it is a strong, full-bodied tea, yet smooth and refreshing at the same time. The infusion is dark coppery and the taste is crisp, earthy and a little bit malty.
Sri Lanka - Dimbula Dimbula is a tea-growing district in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. Dimbula tea grows in high altitude, between two mountain peaks.
In this category, you will find teas from a variety of origins. As with wine, climate and soil have a major influence on the taste and distinct character of each tea. Green, black and white tea all come from the same plant. It is the processing of the harvested leaves that determines the final product.