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Founded by British growers, the name derives from a magnificent castle in Warwickshire, Great Britain. Appropriately, this quality does not shine with silvery tips, as is typical for Sri Lanka, but with golden leaf tips featuring a...
The main part of the caffeine was gently removed from this tea with the help of the CO² process. This way, it retains the typical character of a tea from the Ruhuna region and additionally gets a pleasant fruity note.
Ahinsa Tea was first produced in 1999 and is a passion project of the founder. In Sanskrit, the name means non-violent and so the tea is produced here in harmonious coexistence with the surrounding nature. This Flowery Broken Orange...
A real speciality and completely handmade tea with double drying technique. After the withering, the long leaves are dampened once more and then twisted together in small bundles into the distinctive ‚cigar shape‘ before they are...
The leaf of the Blink Bonnie is so delicate, elongated and tightly twisted - a masterpiece in production, which can only be achieved by pure handcraft. The name is derived from Scottish and means something along the lines of ‚beautiful...
From the Dombagastalawa Estate, translated 'plain of the Domba trees'. Due to the more open, evenly processed leaf, the aroma of the Kandy region comes out well. Soursop, also known as Graviola, is from a botanical perspective a berry...
In 1867 the Scot James Taylor started his first tea garden. 1927 - 1929 Norman Bostock founded the garden Aislaby, whose name probably goes back to a Scottish village. His son Mark Bostock made Aislaby one of the leading estates in the...
A tea from the south of Sri Lanka in OPA leaf style (Orange Pekoe A). Formerly a tea with great popularity in the Middle East, it is also reminiscent of Turkey's own productions. Now the OPA has also found its regular customers here.