Seed Tea
Article | Black Tea

Seed Tea

Before the question of seeds as planting material is considered, it is relevant to note certain facts about the nature of the tea plant. The tea plant is virtually self-sterile and requires cross-pollination for the satisfactory setting of viable seeds. It is therefore said to be out-breeding. All plants in populations of out-breeding species are…

Tea Grades
Article | Black Tea

Tea Grades

Tea Grading The final step in the tea manufacturing process is grading. The tea leaves brought from the field to the factory are finally divided into different grades. While traditional machines are used to grade tea, modern machines are now available in factories. the use of modern technological machines for the tea classification today saves…

Tea Tasting
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Tea Tasting

Introduction to Tea Tasting Tea tasting uses a process similar to tasting other beverages. Tea tasting is the evaluation process in which an experienced tea taster determines the quality of a tea. In this process, the quality of tea is evaluated by visual, smell, taste, and touch. Climatic conditions, topography, tea manufacturing process, and tea…

Ceylon Green Tea
Article | Green tea

Ceylon Green Tea

Introduction to Ceylon Green Tea The name ‘Ceylon Tea’ is very popular in the world for black tea. However, a significant amount of green tea is produced in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka has a very good reputation for producing high-quality Ceylon green tea. Although the Ceylon green tea industry is young, it is growing rapidly…

Ceylon Black Tea
Article | Black Tea

Ceylon Black Tea

Introduction to Ceylon Black Tea Sri Lankan tea is known in the world as ‘Ceylon Tea’. There are several types of tea produced in Sri Lanka. Ceylon black tea is most widely produced in Sri Lanka and it has high demand in the world. For a Sri Lankan, tea is literally second only to water,…

Tea Cultivation
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Tea Cultivation

History of Tea Cultivation There are eighty-two species of the tea plants belonging to the genus Cammellia that are widespread in South-east Asian countries. Among them, a species called Cammellia sinensis used as a beverage. Tea was originated in the Chinese began drinking tea in the 6th century. During the 1000AD, tea consumption spread from…

Ceylon tea
Article | Ceylon tea

Ceylon tea

Introduction to Ceylon Tea Sri Lankan tea is popular all over the world as Ceylon tea since the time when Sri Lanka was a British colony. Sri Lanka is the largest producer of orthodox tea and the fourth-largest tea producer in the world. Sri Lanka is the third largest tea export and ISO 3720 is…

Ceylon Organic Tea
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Ceylon Organic Tea

Introduction to Ceylon Organic Tea Organic products are simply known as products from organic production processes or from organic farming. We called as organic tea when its process undergo environmentally friendly and is certified by the accredited control authority. The world’s first organic tea plantation was established in 1983 in Haldummulla, Sri Lanka, and the…