Sweetness and smoky aroma like brown sugar. Ceylon tea with mild depth
Sabaragamuwa is a relatively low altitude area in Sri Lanka, where the jungle spreads out with strong sunlight. The black tea made in such an environment is a pleasant brand with a fragrant aroma, a mild depth that spreads in the mouth, and a faint sweetness like burnt sugar. It is recommended that you first enjoy it straight, then leave the tea leaves in the teapot to thicken the second cup and then add milk.
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
Sweetness like burnt sugar
2.5g(1 medium teaspoon)
December 2020 picking lot has arrived from Shitaka Tea Garden. This time, it was purchased by sea, so it took some time from purchase to the start of sales. It's a relieved taste. Shitaka Chaen's BOP1 is shaped like hijiki and slowly increases in strength in hot water. Leave the tea leaves in a slightly larger teapot and enjoy various ways of drinking, from straight to milk tea, as the brewing time changes.
Shitaka Tea Plantation is attracting attention for its high quality that is both fragrant and safe.
Established in 1991 in the Ratnapura region of Sri Lanka, this new tea plantation has been gaining popularity in recent years. Efficient tea production is supported by modern equipment such as 8 rolling machines and a tea leaf sorter made in Japan, thanks to the sincere work of well-trained staff. We continue to make high-quality black tea in a factory that is managed cleanly to every corner.
"Sabaragamuwa" began to be evaluated as a high-class tea due to its popularity in the Middle East.
Sabaragamuwa is a tea-producing area in southern Sri Lanka. The area formerly called Ruhuna was divided and the northern part of the old Ruhuna was established as a new area as Sabaragamuwa. Although the altitude is slightly higher than the current Ruhuna area, it belongs to the low-grown area with the lowest altitude among other tea-producing areas in Sri Lanka. Due to the high temperature, the tea leaves grow large and produce strong-tasting black tea throughout the year. Compared to Dimbula and Uva, it is not a well-known production area in Japan, but as one of the seven major production areas of Ceylon, it is especially liked by people in the Middle East area, and high-quality products are traded at high prices.
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