Tea Shop

Tea Shop

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Known the world over as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean and previously known as Ceylon, the little island of Sri Lanka has been famous for its tea since the 19th century. The beautiful picturesque hill country of Sri Lanka provided the perfect climatic conditions, the right temperature and fertile, nutrient-rich soil to grow the perfect tea. Ceylon tea quickly grew to become front-runners of the tea industry producing tea that embodied a unique aroma and a rich, robust flavor. Over the years Ceylon Tea has developed new dimensions to its tea producing variations in taste, character, quality and appearance mainly based on the region the tea was produced in. Today Sri Lanka produces Black Tea, Green Tea and even White Tea. J and U provides its customers with high quality loose leaf tea ranging from Black tea that includes English Breakfast Tea and Flavored, scented teas as well as Pure Ceylon Green tea and Sencha Green tea in Australia. Tea is renowned for having numerous health benefits: as tea especially Black tea contains many antioxidants – a cup of tea has the ability to boost your immune system and to help your body remove toxic substances such as free radicals in the body. Research has also found that black tea can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, lower levels of cholesterol and has the ability to boost your mind and keep you hydrated. Green tea, unlike black tea does not undergo the process of oxidation during manufacturing. It too has similar health benefits due to its high antioxidant content and and customers often enjoy green tea for weight loss benefits as well. J & U provides its customers with premium loose leaf tea that you can purchase online and enjoy a delicious cup of premium Ceylon tea that has been produced with utmost care to bring you a unique, invigorating tea-drinking experience.
  • Black Tea Online
    Sri Lankan Black Teas have been developed to cater to the tastes of tea drinkers around the globe. PF 1 is a smaller size leaf of CTC (cut, tear & curl) type manufacture which gives a strong taste of tea.
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  • Ceylon English Breakfast Tea
    Carefully selected high grown teas from the Westerns slopes, blended to produce a tea with good strength and aroma. This stimulating, well balanced strong, full-bodied tea with an elegant flavour gives a full bodied cup, which is the perfect english breakfast tea.
    $5.20
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  • Ceylon Sencha Green Tea
    Sencha green tea has been prepared using the Japanese steaming process. A delicate tasting tea with a character synonymous with this style of manufacture.
    $7.90
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  • OPA
    Towards the latter part of the 20th century, the perceived health benefits of green tea led to a revival of its manufacture in Sri Lanka. A long bold leaf tea with a twisted appearance preferred by the Middle Eastern countries. One must drink this tea to know it.
    $7.90
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  • Chun Mee
    Chun mee is pan-fired like most Chinese green teas. The leaf tends to have a grayish color and a lightly-curved shape, suggestive of eyebrows, hence the tea's name.
    $7.90
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  • GP1
    Towards the latter part of the 20th century, the perceived health benefits of green tea led to a revival of its manufacture in Sri Lanka. Gun Powder GP 1 has been prepared using the Chinese pan heating process. A strong tasting tea with its unique Ceylon fragrance.
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  • Mango
    A fine selection of specially plucked leaves from the plantations of the misty hills of Sri Lanka blended to perfection with nature identical mango flavour.
    $8.25
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  • Amaretto
    Handpicked Pure Ceylon Teas from selected tea gardens of the central mountains of Sri Lanka blended by Master Testers with capsoflake Amarreto flavour.
    $8.25
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  • Pineapple
    Best high grown teas from selected plantations of Sri Lanka blended to perfection with capsoflake pineapple flavour to bring about a tropical experience
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  • Ruhuna

    A delicate brew that varies in taste according to the different tea growing district. Teas are mainly from the plantations of Galle and Matara Districts. The southern part of the county has an exclusive condition in the soil which gives blackness to the leaves as well as strength and character in the cup. The unique features of these teas grown from sea level to around 2,000ft are their appearance and special taste. The stylish range of whole leaf teas are enhanced by attractive golden and silver tips produced from a range of tea bushes that thrive in the fertile soils and warm conditions. Ideal for those who like a thick, sweet brew with or without milk. For more deatils: Visit

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  • Nuwara Eliya

    Nuwara Eliya produces tea with a unique flavour. Nuwara Eliya is an oval shaped mountain valley, the plateau being 6,000ft above sea level. Nuwara Eliya produces tea with a unique flavor. A combination of several factors results in Nuwara Eliya producing a tea that is recognized by connoisseurs of tea around the world. The tea when brewed is light but has an exquisite flavour and aroma. It has been said that Nuwara Eliya is to Ceylon Tea what Champagne is to French wine. For more details: Visit

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  • Sabaragamuwa

    Sabaragamuwa is Sri Lanka’s biggest tea-growing region. The teas of Sabaragamuwa, like those of Ruhuna, are mainly low-grown. Its estates range in elevation from sea level to around 800m (2,500ft). The aroma, however, is noticeably different from the Ruhuna teas, with a hint of sweet caramel, and not quite as strong as the latter. This is ascribed to the reduced monsoon exposure of Sabaragamuwa tea as opposed to that of Ruhuna. The flavour, too, is strongly marked, especially with respect to low-grown examples. These are general comments, however, and need not apply to all teas produced in Sabaragamuwa. For more details: Visit

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