Ceylon tea history and health benefits
Ceylon Tea

Ceylon Tea

Ceylon Tea

Ceylon is used not only in health but also in the beauty industry. It was as far back as the year 1824 in which the British brought a tea plant from China to Ceylon, now known as Sri Lanka. Ceylon tea is prized for its rich aroma and taste. It comes from the same tea plant as many of the most popular teas; however they all vary in taste, due to numerous factors including the oxidation process. It has stronger taste than other teas and has very similar benefits to black tea, but is favoured for superior quality and flavour. Ceylon tea comes in black, green and white varieties; they range only slightly in taste. Ceylon green tea has a much stronger flavour than other green teas.

Ceylon contains half to a third of the amount of caffeine a regular cup of coffee has, thus whilst still having the (waking up) effect it is gentler in action. It is also very important that the quality of the water used to brew the tea in is of high quality and preferably purified, thus enhancing the taste of the tea with a soft crispness and supporting the flavours of the tea that is being brewed.

When purchasing Ceylon tea, it is very important to consider quality of prime importance, and here at Tea Blossoms we give you just that. We provide you not only with an extremely delicious and addictive Ceylon tea but also with uttermost client satisfaction and ensure that you are one hundred per cent happy, so in turn we are too. We aim to make your tea tasting experience with us the best you have ever had, and once you have tasted the Tea Blossom difference, we can assure you that you will be coming back for more as the content of your beautiful tea collection grows and you are able to call yourself a self confessed tea addict. And the result will show, you are sure to glow, from inside out. That is the promise we make to you at Tea Blossoms because we are so very sure of the product we provide for our customer.

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