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Low Grown Ceylon

£7.00 sku LTFSL0614-125L | Net weight: 125g

Loose Leaf Black Tea


The low-lying coastal Ruhuna region of southern Sri Lanka, so important to the culture of the island, is a land of fertile, mineral rich soil, warm climate and high humidity.  Teas grown here grow quickly and as a result have rich, robust character.

Tea Description

This very dark Flowery Orange Pekoe tea has attractive dark twisted leaves that when brewed delivers a very full bodied, thick and malty liquor.  Deep red in colour, the flavour is smooth and rounded with tasty roasted notes.


More about the Product


Black Tea

our brewing guidance

Use 1 teaspoon per person and 1 for the pot.  Pour on fresh boiling water and brew for 3 to 4 minutes.  Best enjoyed with a good splash of milk.

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Customer Reviews

100% of customers liked this product


Excellent early morning tea.



Good Tea.A fine cuppa. I will interchange this with my other teas such as Lapsang Souchong.



because he loves it because he loves it because he loves it



Make sure you follow the brewing instructions on the website page to get the most out of this one, as the leaves can burn and spew tannin if you pour fresh boiling water on them. You can combat this with milk if you're impatient.

Aside from being surprisingly delicate for a black tea, when brewed correctly you get a delicious flavour best described as a 'savoury tang'. This note is distinct enough to not get lost in tea blends either so you can get adventurous with this tea pretty quickly.

I reliably get a minimum of three brews from this tea.

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