Production District - Dimbula Tea

One of the earliest areas to be planted after tea took over from coffee in the 1870’s, Dimbula is, perhaps the most famous name associated with Ceylon tea. The plantations, located at 3,500 to 5,500 feet (1,100 meters to 1,700 meters) above sea level, cover the western slopes of the district. The monsoon rain and the cold dry weather produce a range of teas, from full bodied to light and delicate.

  • Country of Origin – Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
  • Packaging – Metal tin
  • Expiry – 2 years


  • Tea bags – 78.75 grams (2.77 oz), 45 Silken Pyramid Tea Bags in gold aluminium foil.
  • Bulk – 150 grams (5.30 oz) of bulk tea in gold aluminium foil.
  • Varieties – 5 Pure Black Teas
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