A brand with a mellow and sweet aftertaste and a beautiful sepia light blue color.
A leaf-type Ceylon black tea from the ancient city of Kandy in Sri Lanka. When hot water is poured into the firm orange pekoe tea leaves, they spread as if they are unraveling, and the beautiful orange color shines in the cup. The soothing faint woody scent and mild, gentle sweetness are impressive. Whether it's just tea or with sweets, it's an appealing and friendly brand that goes well with any kind of tea time.
The bright orange-brown light blue that shines in the cup is also one of its charms.
The large broken leaves are easy to extract and are recommended for cold brew iced tea.
It is a recommended brand to enjoy with meals as well as sweets.
Store away from high temperature and humidity and direct sunlight. After opening, put in an airtight container and consume as soon as possible.
(per 2.5g of tea leaves) energy 8kcal, protein 0.5g, fat 0.1g, carbohydrate 1.3g, salt equivalent 0g
2.5g(1 medium teaspoon)
Tea from Kandy, one of the seven major production areas in Sri Lanka. Arrived from the popular Craighead Tea Garden. The black tea leaves have a sweet, smooth and mild taste that is unique to large twisted tea leaves. It is a brand with a well-balanced taste that goes well not only with tea time to enjoy with Western sweets, but also with fragrant toast for breakfast. Not only is it straight, but it is also perfect as a base for arranged teas with fruit. The bright orange-red light blue has a beautiful transparency when reflected in the summer light. Please enjoy it as an iced tea.
Craighead Tea Plantation
Tea factory at Craighead Tea Estate
A tea field on a relatively gentle hill
Craighead tea plantation with 340 hectares of tea plantation divided into 5 areas. In 1931, the tea factory that had been on this land was destroyed by fire. In 1932, the current factory was rebuilt and operations resumed. Today, the factory building is still used for tea production. The name of the tea plantation comes from the name of the town in England where the founder, Mr.DS Cameron, was born.
Candy, the birthplace of Ceylon tea
Located in the interior of Sri Lanka, Kandy is a tea-producing area and a historical tourist destination. This is where the first tea production took place in Sri Lanka. There is still a tea plantation built by the Englishman James Taylor, who is called the "god of tea" and started the production of black tea. The black tea made in land classified as medium-grown at an altitude of 400 to 800 meters is soft with no strong individuality in both aroma and taste. Taking advantage of its vivid light blue color and low tannin that does not easily cream down, we also recommend iced teas and arranged teas. There is no quality season, and tea with uniform taste can be harvested throughout the year.
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