From the Highlands of the "Spice Garden" of Sri Lanka
When a blight on the coffee crop at the end of the 19th Century forced the landowners in the former Dutch colony of Ceylon to plant tea bushes, one of the world’s most popular teas was born.
Ceylon tea is grown in Sri Lanka, which is close to the equator and has the perfect climate and conditions for growing tea.
This black tea is a bright, amber cup with full bodied-liquor and lively, ‘spice’ aftertaste that can be drunk with or without milk.
Heat-sealed, foiled saddlepacks (2 x 250g each). Ideal for catering in volumes.
Newby’s blend gives a refreshing, bright amber cup, full flavour and a lively, spicy aftertaste
Ceylon black tea
Sri Lanka (Formally Ceylon)
Goes Best With:
Cheese and savoury breads