Ceylon black tea with a pleasant astringency with contours, a gorgeous aroma, and a lively taste.
It is a brand of a popular tea plantation in Dimbula, a production area representing Sri Lanka, the "Tea Island". A flowery gorgeousness that overlaps with a calming woody scent. The delicious astringency and sweetness of black tea create a satisfying drink, and it is recommended to enjoy it with baked sweets at tea time or British-style with tea with milk. Enjoy the charm of authentic Ceylon tea.
2022 Quality Season Dimbula Desford Tea Plantation BOP
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
Lively sweetness, pleasant astringency
2.5g(1 small teaspoonful)
It is easy to cream down, so please extract the extraction time a little shorter.
Ceylon Tea 2022 follows Uva Dickwella Tea Estates to introduce quality season Desford Tea Estates from Dimbula. It will be the first tea garden in TEAPOND. Compared to Dimbula, which is produced outside of the quality season and has a slightly deeper flavor, this tea seems to be a brand of the quality season, and features a slightly brighter light blue color and a bluish aroma. Enjoy it straight, leave the tea leaves in the teapot and let it brew for several hours, then pour cold milk over it when it gets thicker. When I drank it with the leaf pie, the fragrance paired perfectly. Please enjoy tea time with baked sweets and sweets with plenty of butter. On a hot day, it is also recommended to make iced tea with a crisp and contoured astringency that makes you feel refreshed and comfortable.
desford tea garden
Beginning with coffee cultivation in the 1860s, tea cultivation began in 1871. It is a historic tea plantation that has been producing Ceylon black tea for over 150 years. It is a tea plantation of the Tarawakere Group, which includes the Great Western Tea Plantation, the Mattakere Tea Plantation, and the Holyrood Tea Plantation. About 333 hectares of tea plantation is divided into 4 plots on 433 hectares of land in a valley at an altitude of 1,385 meters where it rains about 200 days a year. It boasts an annual production capacity of 600 tons.
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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