Tea Rod contains 4 to 5 gm and brew 400ml hot water and the best part
of our Tea Rod is you can brew 3 times so that means 1200ml and 4th brew
can go for cold brew it gives amazing flavor with ice
A Whole New Path For Tea in Sri Lanka
one of the most famous tea-producing regions in the world, Sri Lanka,
has a group of small farmers now producing some of the most unique and
amazing, handmade, artisan teas available globally today.
entrepreneurs working with family and friends who were passionate about
bringing change to the perception of Sri Lankan tea has now grown into a
burgeoning tea industry.
A small gathering in late 2019 led to the coming together of eight
small producers to create the Ceylon Artisanal Tea Association in 2020.
The association is registered with the Sri Lankan Tea board. The group
is gaining interest from other small farmers with more than ten
registering their interest.
The aim of the Ceylon Artisan Tea Association is to support the sale
and promote the production of these artisanal teas. It is also to
showcase the varieties available and thereby position Ceylon Tea in a
new context, help increase the incomes of the small farmers and their
The artisanal teas are unique to each region of Sri Lanka so brings
together members from different regions. Elevations and terroirs.
Most of the tea estates producing these artisanal teas are surrounded by the beautiful natural resources of Sri Lanka.
Also unique is the teas are coming from tea trees that grow in the
wild. Some over thirty feet in height to 100-year-old tea bushes.
The type of production methods used are traditional including hand
rolling on woven, wicker trays and pounding tea on stone and wooden
Even though the terroirs are different the objective of these
small-scale farmers is the same, they are focused on the following:
- Collaboration and open sharing
- Social impact is at the centre of everything they do.
- Members share tasting notes to help improve each other’s teas.
- Members jointly host monthly webinars sharing ideas and new product development.
- They work in harmony with nature and protect the environment.
- They improve and regenerate the land that has previously been degenerated.
All estates work with communities sharing revenue and investing in health and education of their families.
The members produce some beautiful and unique hand-made teas
including hand-crafted black teas, pan fired and steamed green teas,
white teas and silver tips and forest harvested wild teas.
I hope you can share and experience the love, care and passion that
has gone into creating these unique teas from a market that is famous
around the world for its normally traditional style black teas.