Ceylon Tea is planted in Sri Lanka (Ceylon Island) since 1870. It’s especially Ceylon Black Tea which is officially the economic crop in Sri Lanka. The general character of Ceylon tea is reddish brown color with a unique flavor which is particularly popular. Whether it is single-origin Ceylon Tea or the blend one.
Ceylon Black Tea is classified by the size of tea leaves. This makes tea body different. Geography and climate (Ceylon tea plantation) affect the quality and taste of tea significantly. Finally, the production process contributes significantly to the quality and taste of tea as well. Ceylon Black Tea is sold in various forms such as Loose Tea, Tea Leaves, Tea Bag, and RTD (ready to drink). In terms of aroma and taste, they are also blended with herbs or fruits to generate a new kind of Ceylon tea flavors.