Until 1972 Sri Lanka was known as Ceylon and tea connoisseurs knew the region because of the black tea it produced.
The bold, aromatic tea was a hit with consumers because of its rich color and intense flavor. The tea was so popular that the name Ceylon stuck even when the name of the country changed.
We are proud to offer this fantastic tea, grown at an altitude between 3,400 and 7,400 feet. The wiry, slightly reddish leaf produces a well-balanced, copper-colored cup with a spicy aroma and hint of malt. This tea brews up a wonderful cup, day or night.
Steeping Instructions: 1 teaspoon to 8 oz almost boiling water. We prefer to steep for 90 seconds to two minutes.
Ingredients: Black tea leaves