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Ceylon "Watawala" (organic)

Sri-Lanka (Ceylon) is traditionally renown for its exquisite black tea. But this tea is different. It is a green Ceylon that is produces in limited supply. The climatic conditions in which this green tea is grown are formative for flavour and scent to make for an excellent cup of tea. An exquisite organic green Ceylon tea with a wiry leaf, fresh taste and bright orange cup.

Caffeine content is Low.
Brew Instructions: 1 tsp, 2-4 minutes, 80° Celsius
 Ceylon
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Ελληνικά ΔΗΜΗΤΡΗΣ Μ. - 5 of 5 Stars!

Είναι το πρώτο τσάι που δοκιμάζω και έχω μείνει πολύ ικανοποιημένος. Φρέσκο, διακριτικό άρωμα και γεύση.

English ΤΑΣΟΣ Α. - 5 of 5 Stars!

Τα σπάει! Εάν δοθεί η κατάλληλη προσοχή στους χρόνους και στη θερμοκρασία το αποτέλεσμα θα είναι καταπληκτικό. Εάν το αφήσετε περισσότερο χρόνο η το κάψετε τότε θα πικρίσει. Το απόσταγμα του είναι πορτοκαλί-πράσινο και η γεύση του είναι γεμάτη φρεσκάδα.

Did You Know...

The production of black tea in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) began after a deadly fungus called Hemileia vastatrix destroyed most of the coffee crop on the island. The coffee plantation owners realized that they needed to diversify. The Loolecondera Estate had long been interested in producing tea in Sri Lanka. James Taylor, one of the fathers of Ceylon Tea, had recently arrived on the Estate and wanted to be there for the sowing of the first tea crops in 1867. It was done on 19 acres of land. James Taylor was already experienced in tea cultivation. He had acquired his knowledge in North India. He carried out different experiements on cultivating tea on the verandah of his estate. He rolled the leafs by hand and fired the oxidized leaves on clay stoves over charcoal fire.