Ceylon black tea has been cultivated in Sri Lanka for just over one hundred and fifty years. First introduced by the British, the island’s fertile soils and dramatic sloping hillsides make for some of the best tea growing areas in the world. The requisite two leaves and a bud are plucked by hand and processed to the highest quality standards resulting in grades that produce the most desirable black tea liquor for drinking with milk, as well as those sought out for the finest tea blends.
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on the world’s most sought-after creators and cultivators.