Ceylon tea with a beautiful light blue and mellow aftertaste that invites nostalgia
It is a brand that comes from a tea plantation with a scenic tea plantation that spreads beyond a majestic waterfall. The teak wood-like antique brown color gives off a faint scent of flowers. The contoured delicious astringency and calm mellow aftertaste are unique to this tea garden. It is also recommended to enjoy tea time with baked sweets or English style with tea with 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
Subtle astringency and mellow sweetness
2.5g(1 small teaspoonful)
Beyond the window is the Somerset Tea Plantation Tasting Room, which offers a sense of openness with tea plantations spreading out on one side.
Somerset tea garden tea arrived from Ceylon Dimbula. The picking date is December 2020. Since it arrived by sea mail, the sales start was very delayed. It is said that the quality season for Dimbula is from January to February, but the samples that arrived at our store in December had a number of brands with a startling scent, and I was at a loss as to which one to buy. This time, in addition to the Somerset Tea Plantation, which has a mild taste, Dimbula of the same harvest year was also purchased from the Great Western Tea Plantation, which has a crisp outline and a pleasant weight. By all means, try drinking and comparing different flavors and aromas from different tea gardens, even at the same time.
Somerset tea garden that delivers the taste of good old Dimbula
A plucking lady carries tea leaves picked in the afternoon before dusk to a tea factory. When I turned the camera, he decided to pose with a wonderful smile.
Tea plantation of beautiful Somerset tea garden spreading all over.
Somerset Tea Plantation is located in Dimbula near Nuwara Eliya. The altitude of the tea factory is 1,102m. Established in 1934, it is a tea plantation operated by a group company that bundles popular tea plantations such as Mattakere Tea Plantation, Great Western Tea Plantation, and Desford Tea Plantation. With 333 hectares of tea planted in 5 plots, Ceylon tea is produced using the rotorburn method, which is attractive for its flowery aroma and mellow aftertaste. The taste and aroma are the classic Ceylon tea flavors that are perfect for an English breakfast that many people imagine. The high-quality and familiar aroma and taste are familiar to people all over the world at tea time.
Ceylon black tea "Dimbula" with an orthodox taste
Dimbula is a tea-producing area located in the southwestern part of Sri Lanka's Central Mountains. Black tea grown at altitudes classified as medium to high-grown has a well-balanced aroma, taste, and astringency, making it popular with Japanese people. The quality season is from January to February, and the flowery scent stands out in the brands harvested during this season.
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