This category is about ceylon premium black teas. We have concentrated mainly ceylon regional teas and single estate teas.
Ceylon Black Tea is one of the products that the tea-producing regions of Sri Lanka are renowned for. Ceylon Black Tea is produced in the picturesque hill country of Sri Lanka where the climate is perfect for producing tea that has a rich flavor and aroma. J & U produces a premium single estate tea where the leaves are carefully hand-picked so that only the premium two leaves and bud are plucked at just the right time. The tea leaves then go through a careful manufacturing process where the leaves undergo oxidation and fermentation – it is through this process that aids in the development of the aroma and flavor of the tea. Pure Ceylon Black Tea is renowned for having a distinct full-bodied rich flavor, a citrus aroma and a ho ney-golden tones when brewed. The health benefits of Ceylon Black Tea are numerous – it contains many antioxidants that are essential to stop the damage caused by chemicals in your body that can cause numerous diseases. Drinking black tea has also shown to reduce the risk of developing heart disease and strokes and research has shown that it can even help to fight against cancer. Black tea is also known for being able to boost your immune system. Ceylon Black Tea is a delicious tea that can be enjoyed at any time of the day, with or without milk. For your purchase of a tea that has been produced with love and care and is enjoyed all over the world, look no further than J & U’s Ceylon Black Tea Specialty.
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
The plantations around Kandy, the ancient capital of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), supply what are known as mid country teas. These are notable for full bodied strong tea, which appeal to everyone who likes a good thick coloury brew. The tea plantations are located from 2,000 to 4,000 feet and is the region where tea was first grown in Sri Lanka. For more details: Visit
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
The standard definition of the district includes plantations from around 3500 – 5000 feet above sea level. The south west monsoon rains have a significant impact on the quality of Dimbula teas coupled with cold dry weather from January to March producing arrange of teas from full bodied flavor to light, delicate and fragrant. This is known as the Western quality season. For more details: Visit
Located in the Galle District Karagoda Tea Factory offers teas which are much in demand in the Western and Middle East market by connoisseurs. Broken Orange Pekoe 1 (BOP 1) is a popular leaf size which helps to bring out a good balance of taste and strength. One of the best BOP1 sold in Sri Lanka Auction. For more details: Visit
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
Grown 3,000 to 5,000 feet up on the eastern slopes of Sri Lanka’s central mountains, teas from the Uva districts have quite a distinctive flavor and pungency, and are widely used in many blends. It deserves also to be enjoyed as a self-drinking tea, especially during the Uva quality season from July to September each year. Many of the individual plantations and factories in the Uva district achieve their own unique variations of flavor and lend themselves to single garden marketing opportunities. For More details : Visit
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