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Ceylon Pettiagalla OP Loose Tea

The ideal brew to accompany a long afternoon... Read More

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£4.50 RRP £6.50

Item Code: 301283 / Net weight: 100g 3.53oz

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The ideal brew to accompany a long afternoon...

Deliciously smooth and mature, this tea is characterised by long, spidery twists of leaf, rare for a Ceylon grown at high altitude. The oaky flavour also gives it a distinctly traditional feel, ideal for autumn afternoons.

Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka is celebrated for its clean, crisp taste; this is a particularly fine variety from the Pettiagalla Estate, one of Sri Lanka’s oldest and most distinguished plantations. Tea from Pettiagalla is processed with timehonoured antique tea rollers for a true taste of tradition, producing an elegant long leaf and a delicate floral aroma. The ideal brew to accompany a long afternoon.

  • Origin

    Sri Lanka

  • Tastes like

    Warm and smooth with delicious floral notes

  • When to drink

    Afternoon

Ingredients

Brew the perfect cup

Ideally warm the pot first with a splash of hot water. Use one teaspoon (around 2g) per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be drunk with or without milk.

A note from Whittard

“I like my hot chocolate extremely rich but not too sweet – the higher the cocoa content the better! I’m a big fan of our 77% Flaked Drinking Chocolate.”

- Mark, Cheshire Oaks Store Manager

Sri Lanka

Known by the country’s original colonial name, Ceylon, Sri Lankan tea is one of the world’s most popular single origin varieties. However, its success is a surprising those flukes of history. Coffee plantations were originally the country’s main economic resource and it wasn’t until the 1860s that the Scottish pioneer James Taylor planted the first tea bush. He wasn’t having much luck, but when a sudden blight devastated the coffee plantations the Sri Lankan tea industry took centre stage. The tea’s clean, brisk taste proved a real hit at the London tea auctions and the British have never looked back…

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* * * - - this tea might be better by mo on 25th June 2015

The batch of the Ceylon tea I've received was nothing out of the ordinary. There were no clearly discernible flavor or taste to it.

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