Ceylon Dimbula OP

Sri Lanka

Just like the other western highland areas, the region is deluged by the "South-west" monsoons of August and September. The teas are therefore at their very best in January to February or March. Then, the climate is drier and cooler, and the tea plants have to fight extra hard to get by. Up here in the western highlands, around the island's most famous landmark, the sacred Adam's Peak, high-quality black teas are produced. They are relatively light but intensely aromatic, a bit like those in Nuwara Eliya, but slightly more rounded, rather than crispy. And with a long, elegant after-taste.

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grams / 2 dl

degrees C.


no. of brews
Weight: 100 g
Article no: 603-1
Price: € 5.5
Weight: 250 g
Article no: 603-2
Price: € 12.48
Weight: 500 g
Article no: 603-3
Price: € 22.51
100g ~ 3.5 oz