Premium Ceylon Tea from Sri Lanka

We are a direct importer  of Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka,





Premium Ceylon Teas

Our Ceylon tea comes from the central region of Sri Lanka, which is known for the best quality tea. It is produced using the traditional, mostly manual, method. Within this region are six important tea growing districts. Teas grown at high elevation, from 4,000 to 6,000 feet (1,200 to 1,800 meters), are called “high grown” and are considered the most important. They are full-bodied, with a noticeable fragrance and clear color. We carry the best grades of Ceylon tea, including Orange Pekoe (OP), Pekoe, and Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe (FBOP). We offer two main categories of tea:  flavored teas, either black or green with natural flavors of fruits and spices, and single estate teas.

Ceylon Flavored Teas

We create our flavored teas by using premium grades of Ceylon black or green tea and adding natural ingredients of dried flowers, dried fruits, herbs, and oils. These tea blends are mastered in-house and are unique to our company. Besides the standard blends, featured on our website, we can develop custom blends based on specific requirements. Our knowledge of tea blending, from over 20 years of experience, guarantees perfect results. Try our Ceylon black teas blended with lemongrass, ginger, Ceylon cinnamon or turmeric, or our green teas with almonds or jasmine. These teas can taste even better with a little honey. We also carry our own variation of Earl Grey tea with rose petals and bergamot oil.

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Ceylon Tea from Sri Lanka

is considered the highest quality, finest tea available. After becoming a republic in 1972, Ceylon was renamed Sri Lanka, but the name “Ceylon tea” continues to be well known around the world. MORE...

Making Ceylon Tea

The process of producing Ceylon tea begins with the plucking of the first two leaves and the bud from the tea bush of Camellia Sinensis. The third and fourth leaves are considered to be of poor quality; their function is to support growth by providing needed nutrients. MORE…

History of Ceylon Tea

Before Ceylon (today Sri Lanka) became famous for its tea, the island was home to extensive cinnamon cultivation by the Dutch, starting in the eighteenth century. MORE…