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Organic Loose leaf Black tea Ceylon

Discover the unique taste and aroma of our organic loose leaf Ceylon teas.

Organic Loose leaf Black tea Ceylon
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Organic loose leaf Ceylon tea

Ceylon tea is a black tea from Sri Lanka formerly known as Ceylon, hence the name of the tea. Ceylon tea contains high amounts of antioxidants and offers various health benefits. It is a delicious black tea base that combines well with other herbs, seeds and, fruits. Compared to Assam tea, Ceylon tea can be described as more subtle with citrusy and mentholated notes. 

Ceylon tea is made from Camellia Sinensis

Just like green tea and white tea, Ceylon Black tea is also made from the plant Camellia Sinensis. It originates from Sri Lanka. Ceylon black tea is heavily oxidized compared to green tea and white tea. The tea leaves are exposed to air after they have been plucked, this is how the leaves get their dark color. The tea has a full-bodied flavor with notes of citrus due to the unique environmental conditions in which it is grown.

Our Ceylon teas are certified Organic

All of our tea blends are certified organic by Skal BIO. You will taste tea in its purest form. We blend our teas with 100% organic real pieces of fruit, herbs, flowers, and seeds. You can rest assured that your tea is free from, pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers.

Is Ceylon tea suitable for making Ice tea?

Organic loose leaf Ceylon tea can be enjoyed both hot and cold. Due to its refreshing flavor, it is a popular black tea base to make black ice tea. The tea can be easily combined with diverse ingredients so you can perfectly add extra ingredients to our Ceylon tea blends. 

How can I choose the right tea flavor?

We have Assam black tea and Ceylon black tea available that are blended with fresh herbs and ingredients. Assam black tea has a malty creamy taste whereas Ceylon tea is lighter and more citrusy. This information could help you make to make the right choice. Moreover, it could be also helpful to look at the ingredients of the tea blends. 

 

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