Ceylon Black Teas, Sri Lanka

 

  1. Fergusons Ceylon

    Fergusons Ceylon

    Black Tea

    Classic black tea from the beautiful island of Sri Lanka, in colonial times known as Ceylon and still used to describe the teas. Inspired by Ferguson's journal a documented history of the island (originally published in 1859), we have searched far and wide across the island to bring you the best Ceylon black tea. Ceylon tea is bright and lively, medium body and delightfully tangy, best drunk balck and perfect for afternoon tea.


    "If you are cold, tea will warm you. If you are too heated, it will cool you. If you are depressed, it will cheer you. If you are excited, it will calm you."
    Gladstone, 1865 More details

  2. New Vithanakande Extra Special

    New Vithanakande Extra Special

    Black Tea

    Award winning silver tips black tea from the beautiful New Vithanakande tea estate. We have searched far and wide across the island of Ceylon to bring you the best teas, and we have found it! Having won awards in Japan and the USA this Extra Special FBOP black tea is a must. Ceylon tea is bright and lively, medium body and delightfully tangy, best drunk balck and perfect for afternoon tea.


    "Another novelty is the tea-party, an extraordinary meal in that, being offered to persons that have already dined well, it supposes neither appetite nor thirst, and has no object but distraction, no basis but delicate enjoyment."
    Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, The Physiology of Taste More details

  3. Pure Ceylon

    Pure Ceylon

    Black Tea

    Award winning OP1 grade black tea from the beautiful island of Sri Lanka (or Ceylon). Ceylon tea is bright and lively, medium body and delightfully tangy, lighter than Assam teas it is best drunk black or with a dash of milk. We wanted an everyday tea that is equally delicious with afternoon tea or while relaxing with a biscuit. A tea that you can easily, dress up or equally dress down, and with this tea everything is possible!


    "I always fear that creation will expire before teatime"
    Sydney Smith More details