The teas of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) with their characteristic amber liquor, full bodied strong flavor, have great appeal to European tastes.

Their popularity makes Ceylon the third biggest producer of black tea in the world. There are six production regions on this beautiful island; Dimbula, Galle, Kandy, Nuwara Elya, Ratnapura and Uva.

Ceylon teas are generally selected according to their grade depending upon the desired strength, from a light infusion to a dark brew. They are perfect with breakfast and afternoon pastries and go well with a touch of cold milk.