Basilur The Island of Tea Green, 20 Count Tea Bags
Following the ancient Chinese tea culture, Ceylon green tea posses many different characteristics and tastes unique to Sri Lanka. In ancient china where tea originates from, created a tea ceremony by the Chinese emperors and those who valued tea as a noble beverage. Today the Chinese tea ceremonies are considered royal and require many skills and years of practice to perfect. Inspired by the Chinese green teas, the Ceylon green teas are grown in breathtaking tea gardens in Sri Lanka and green tea is produced from the exact tea plant as black tea known as Camellia Sinensis.
Ceylon Green Tea
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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