Tea is a drink obtained by immersing specially prepared tea bush leaves in water. Tea bushes are grown in warm climates, in sufficiently moist soil. Tea collecting and sorting is done by hand. Different technologies are used in the subsequent processing.
Tea is collected up to four times a year. Ceylon tea is the most popular, as it is famous for its rich flavor, aroma and colour. In order to preserve the taste and aroma of the tea for longer, a particularly suitable packaging is chosen.
Our black and green tea is available in its pure form and in the form of fruit tea mixes. All added components – petals, pieces of fruit, thick juices and essential oils – are of natural origin. Every tea lover will find the most suitable product for their taste and preferences. We cooperate with Euro Asia Corporation (Pvt) Ltd., whose Ceylon tea has the “Lion with the Sword” emblem. This tea is obtained, produced, and packaged according to the highest quality standards. In order to obtain the “Lion with the Sword” emblem, the manufacturer must withstand the strict control of the Sri Lankan Tea Council at all stages of the products production. The quality emblem also indicates that the tea contains 100% Ceylon tea. Not only is the taste and aroma of the tea enjoyable, but also the original design packaging makes it a great and valuable gift.
The “Lion with the Sword” emblem is only given to Ceylon tea, which symbolises not only the country where tea is produced, but also guarantees quality.
The logo of the Lion is given only to Ceylon teas
The packaging must contain 100% pure Ceylon tea
All packages and teas that have been awarded this badge must both be grown, produced, and packed in Sri Lanka.
Packages bearing this badge must conform to all standards specifically monitored by the Sri Lankan Tea Council
Sri Lanka Tea provinces:
In the tea province of Dumbula, tea shrubs grow at 3500-5000 feet above sea level. The tea leaf in this region is thin, with an orange hue and distinctly aromatic flavor bouquets.
Between 2000 and 4000 ft above sea level tea bushes grow in the Kandy region. It is famous for the first tea plantations established in this country.
Tea from the Uva province is recognized throughout the world. A very delicate bouquet distinguishing it from any other. In this region, tea shrubs grow at 3000-5000 feet above sea level.
Small tea fields are located in the province of Ruhuna and grown at 2,000 feet above sea level. These tea shrubs grow in strongly fertile soils and in warm conditions
Uda, the central province of Pussellawa, is located between Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, and Uves province. Tea gardens are located at 3000-5000 feet above sea level. Compared to the Nuwara Eliya tea leaves, it is slightly darker with a rosy tint.
Nuwara Eliya tea bushes grow at 6,128 feet above sea level. This is the world’s finest tea leaf which is also recognized by experts. When prepared it produces a greenish-yellow tint and a delicate, golden hue.
In the Sabaragamuva region, as in Ruhun, tea bushes are predominantly grown around 2,500 feet above sea level. When the tea leaves are prepared, they turn dark fawn with a red tint and give a caramel aroma.