Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
Many Ceylon teas come fromsuch traditional growing regions as Dimbula,Uva and
Nuwara Eliya. Dimbula is situated in the western highlands. Its teas have a delicate
and flowery flavour. The best qualities are picked between January and March. Uva
is also in the highlands and its teas offer a strong and full-bodied flavour. The best
qualities are picked between July and September. Nuwara Eliya is considered the
heartland of the very best and finest tea qualities. It is located between Dimbula
and Uva and premium teas are picked throughout the year.
This Ceylon tea with its long and wiry leaf captivates with its round and agreeable bouquet as well as its bright colour
An Orange Pekoe of best quality with a reddish-golden colour and a typical Ceylon character.
This classic from the Pettiagalla garden is smooth with a rich and aromatic flavour.