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black tea with full-bodied flavors from the enchanting island of Sri Lanka. Let
the magic take hold…
Ceylon tea is a leading classic and yet always has a surprise up its sleeve. Every time you enjoy a cup, it opens up new, unexplored notes and flavors…
You will be tasting all the mysteries of Sri Lanka when you sip on this organic Ceylon black tea. Welcome to an island home to an enchanting mountainous region where tea bushes stretch as far as the eye can see. Ceylon black tea is grown in a carefully selected plantation renowned for the long leaves it produces. It offers a rich, powerful flavor and a round, chocolaty scent you just won’t be able to resist.
Ready for an unforgettable, tasty adventure with a steaming cup of organic Ceylon tea?
Organic tea available loose because it’s good for the planet.
Ceylon was the name for modern-day Sri Lanka until 1972. Sri Lanka is an island country located some 20 miles south of India in the Indian Ocean. Its economic capital, Colombo, is found on the coast, while its cultural capital, Kandy, is nestled in an enchanting mountainous region. This is where the renowned Ceylon tea is grown.
“OP” or “Orange Pekoe,” meaning “royal leaf,” is a grade of tea. The origins of this grade are thought to date back to the royal house of Orange-Nassau in the Netherlands, which used to approve certain teas it considered exceptional. But what is a grade for? In fact, a grade is used to provide two major pieces of information about a tea: the size of its leaves and which delicate leaves or buds are harvested. As it happens, the OP grade refers to whole, rolled leaves, and only the leaf bud and the two youngest leaves are picked.