Tealia Regional tea
No: 11/A, Old Colombo Road, Hewagama, Kaduwela, Sri Lanka 10640
Tealia Regional tea
Tealia’s range includes a wide selection of vivid blends, carefully packed in pyramid bags and loose leaf to optimise the drinking experience. Each pyramid bag offers more room to fill with our mix of tea leaves, natural fruits, flowers, spices and herbs.
We want your tea drinking to be an experience, a way to kick back from the stress of the day and find a delicious moment of peace and serenity. As well intoxicating flavour and sensation, Tealia also believes in sustainability. We make sure to select all our teas from plantations that follow ethical practices and conform to Rainforest Alliance standards.
We seek to create a space for all tea-lovers; to satisfy those who consider themselves connoisseurs, and to attract and delight the more tentative tea drinkers among us. Our ultimate aim is to create and provide the best premium blends for everyone’s taste.
Available Regional Teas
Between Nuwara Eliya and Horton Plains lies the district of Dimbula, whose teas are defined as “high grown” as all estates exceed an altitude of 1,250m (4000 Feet). The complex topography of the region produces a variety of microclimates, which produce differences in flavour – sometimes jasmine mixed with cypress. All, however, share the Dimbula character: a tea that produces a fine golden-orange hue in the cup, and which is refreshingly mellow.
Grown on plantations at 2000 to 4000 feet above sea level, this is a full bodied tea. Ideal for those who like their tea strong and bursting with flavor. This tea is best served with milk.
NuwaraEliya, the best-known of Sri Lanka’s tea-growing districts, is the most mountainous, and has the highest average elevation. Combined with low temperature, this produces teas of exquisite bouquet which are considered as the ‘champagne of ceylon teas’. The infusion in the cup is the lightest (palest) of all the types of Ceylon Tea, with a golden hue and a delicately fragrant flavor
This is an exceptionally refreshing tea mainly from the Southern part of Sri Lanka, though traditionally not known for its tea growing. Grown from about 2000-2500 feet from the sea level, the particular condition of the soil gives the blackness, stylish leaf appearance and larger particle sizes. This produces a deep red color of the infused brew which are is smooth and full-bodied liquors. The Battler range captures these strong and distinctive differences in these low grown teas in Sri Lanka
Grown at an elevation between 3,000 to 5,000 feet above sea level, on the eastern slopes of Sri Lanka’s Central Mountains, the Uva teas have a truly unique flavor. The remote Uva district is exposed to the winds of both northeast and southwest monsoons, believed to endow the tea produced here with a special, unmistakable character and exotically aromatic flavour. It was with tea grown on these Uva estates that Thomas Lipton, the Victorian magnate, persuaded Americans to drink tea. The mellow, smooth taste of Uva tea, once experienced, is easily distinguished
Tealia Regional tea series are available in both tea bags and loose tea.
Available Packaging type:
Pyramid Tea Bag in Pack or Individually Wrapped:
Tin containing 15 bags
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