How to Make A Classic Ceylon Milk Tea

The Age Old Lankan Classic Makes a Comeback! Milk Tea is a crowd favorite that has been a constant in many homes across the globe. Ceylon Black Tea skillfully blended from low and medium grown elevations are used to create the unique characteristics that suit this brew. Ceylon Black Tea from those elevations are masterfully-used…

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Ceylon tea benefits

Ceylon tea is one of the most popular varieties of tea. It’s grown in Sri Lanka, which was known as Ceylon until 1972. Ceylon teas are often referred to as “black” teas, which are oxidized teas made from leaves that have been fermented. Some people also refer to Ceylon teas as “orange pekoes,” but other…

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How does Ceylon tea taste like?

Ceylon black tea is one of the most popular types of tea in the world. Even though it may not be as well known as other teas, this is one that every tea lover should try. It has a unique taste and aroma that’s unlike any other kind of tea out there. But what exactly…

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Is Ceylon tea the same as Earl Grey tea?

Earl Grey Tea is a black tea with a distinctive flavor and aroma derived from the addition of oil extracted from the rind of the bergamot orange. The term “Ceylon Tea” is also used to refer to Ceylon Black Tea or Sri Lankan Black Tea produced in the island nation of Sri Lanka.   Earl…

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Is Ceylon tea like English breakfast?

Ceylon tea, also known as “Sri Lankan tea,” is grown in Sri Lanka and has been around for centuries ever since British colonizers first discovered it. Ceylon teas have a history of use as both a beverage and a medicine, dating back to ancient times.   Ceylon black tea has a lighter flavor and caffeine…

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Is Ceylon tea high in caffeine?

Ceylon tea is a type of black tea that originates from Sri Lanka. Pure Ceylon teas are different from other types of black tea because they come from a different species of the Camellia sinensis plant than other teas do. The main types of teas that come from this plant are black tea, green tea…

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How to Prepare Black Tea

Black Tea is a type of Tea that is found in tea-growing countries such as Ceylon (Sri Lanka), China, India, Kenya & Vietnam. After a complex manufacture process the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant is turned into the world’s favorite hot beverage. Black tea is a variety of tea that’s usually withered and fired…

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Do you add milk to Ceylon tea?

The answer to this age old question is, yes and no. For the ideal cup of milk tea, the Tea has to have a certain character that will complement the milk and give the drinker the taste of Tea through the milk after infusing with it. For this to be achieved the Tea needs to…

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What is difference between black tea and regular tea?

Tea is generally considered to be a beverage that’s steeped with hot water during preparation. It can be consumed whilst hot or iced by adding ice cubes or refrigerating once it cools down. Having said that Black tea, is Camellia sinensis leaves that has gone through a manufacture process which involves many stages including fermentation,…