CEYLON TEA

 

Tea was first brought to Sri Lanka in 1840 by a Scotsman named James Taylor. Since then for over a century Ceylon Tea has become a sought after tea variety in the world proving itself as the finest tea in the world.

”Pure Ceylon Tea” is reputed for offering a wide variety of teas that have distinctive characteristics such as taste, aroma and color that is unique only to Ceylon Tea.

 
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HEALTH BENEFITS OF CEYLON TEA

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Natural Energy Booster

By providing the body with a healthy dose of caffeine, Ceylon tea can boost the cognitive acuity and attention, and also can give a quick boost to the energy level of the body.

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Weight Loss Properties

Flavonoids properties in Ceylon tea is found to assist with weight loss. According to the studies, by ingesting flavonoids increase your body’s metabolism making it an easier task to lose weight.

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Immune System Booster

Ceylon tea is known for its ability to defend human body against illness. The Antioxidants contained within the tea help the body to fight free radicals (molecules with unpaired electrons). The free radical can cause DNA mutation which contributes to cancer and other serious illness.

TEA GROWING REGIONS IN SRI LANKA

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NUWARA ELIYA

This tea when brewed is light, but has an exquisite flavor and aroma. It has truly been said that Nuwara Eliya is to Ceylon Tea what Champagne is to French wine.
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UDA PUSSELLAWA

Unlike Uva, Uda Pussellawa teas enjoy two periods of superior quality, the traditional eastern quality  from July to September will be its peak period, but the conditions will brighten  up during the western quality season in the first quarter of the year, which will bring about a range of rosy teas.
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DIMBULLA

The area covers the extensive western slopes of the tea planting districts and the cold dry weather from January to March brings about changes that vary in the different valleys. This western quality season throws out a range of teas from full bodied flavor to light, delicate and fragrant.
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UVA PROVINCE

Grown 3000 to 5000 feet up on the eastern slopes of the Sri Lanka’s central mountains, teas from the Uva districts have quite a distinctive flavor and pungency especially during the Uva quality season from July to September each year.
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KANDY

These teas are notable for full bodied strong tea, which appeal to everyone who likes a good thick color brew. The tea plantations are located from 2000 to 4000 feet and is the region where tea was first grown.
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RUHUNA

These teas are thick and strong and are much sought after particularly by the middle east countries. A refreshing drink for those who like a thick, sweet brew with or without milk.