Basilur Leaf of Ceylon Dimbula Tea, 20 Count Tea Bags
Dimbula was one of the first areas in Ceylon to be planted with tea after coffee in the 1870’s. The plantations, most of them around 5000-6000 feet up in the hills, produce a typical High Grown tea, which is of the finest character and rich in colour.
To brew, draw fresh cold water into a kettle and bring to boil. Pour the boiled water into a clean and dry ceramic tea pot containing one tea bag per person. Use about 200ml of water per bag.
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