Ceylon Tea Court Lodge Estate FBOP

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Ceylon Tea Court Lodge Estate FBOP
Ceylon Tea Court Lodge Estate FBOP Ceylon Tea Court Lodge Estate FBOP Ceylon Tea Court Lodge Estate FBOP Ceylon Tea Court Lodge Estate FBOP

Brewing instructions

Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes

Brewing instructions

The Court Lodge Tea estate is found in the highest district of Ceylon, Nuwara Eliya. This tea growing area is known to produce the Champagne of Teas from Ceylon. Court Lodge borders Sri Lanka's highest mountain “Pidurutalagala” and is near the famous Bomburu Waterfalls. The garden has been noted in recent years for producing top grade teas and achieving excellent prices at the Colombo Auctions. Being on the western side of Nuwara Eliya the estate benefits from the early years Monsoonal weather resulting in excellent crops around the month of February. In contrast to the eastern side of Nuwara Eliya who have that monsoon effect in the Autumn.

This tea can be enjoyed at anytime of day, a great breakfast tea or in the afternoon with a slice of lemon. A high grown tea from one of Ceylon’s top tea estate. We are very pleased to add this Court Lodge Estate production to our range of Teas from Sri Lanka

Ceylon Tea Court Lodge Estate FBOP

Type of Tea: Black Orthodox Leaf Tea

Origin: Kandapola, Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka

Altitude: 6,000 feet to 8,500 feet

Loose Leaf Tea Grade: Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe

Brewing Guide: Brew with fresh drawn water, boiling and brew for 3 to 5 minutes. The longer the brew time the stronger the tea. Ceylon Teas are often used to make iced tea.

Tasting Notes: A Full and Lively Flavour, Citrus notes with a unique aroma.

Colour in Cup: Bright brown liquor in Cup.

Health Benefits of Ceylon Black Tea: The high levels of antioxidants in the tea bush Camellia Sinensis are known to have a positive medicinal effect on the body as well as being a reviving and refreshing beverage.

Ceylon is one of the biggest exporters of tea. Known as “The Island of Tea” and now called Sri Lanka the country has been growing tea for 150 years. In the 19th century the island was more known for growing coffee but after disease ravaged the coffee bushes the planting of tea estates started. Government involvement resulted in a decline in investment and standards. Over the last 20 years we have seen a reversal of this and some excellent plantation companies coming to the fore to promote quality of product and the well being of workers. The Ethical Tea Sourcing Partnership (ETP) works throughout Ceylon to monitor and support tea growers in improving the industry.

Additional info
  • Type
    Black Tea
  • Health Points
    Health Points
    Anti Oxidants, Hydration, Refreshing
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
  • Options
    Loose Tea
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Breakfast, Lunchtime, Afternoon
  • Country
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