Trace your tea back to the garden it grew in
and read about the farmers that tended to it.
Enter the code found at the back of your metal tea caddy
to learn about your tea from our Single Origin range.
Over 5000 farming families with gardens located around our factories procure their harvest for our teas. Our processing centres ensure that 70% of its income is shared directly with our farmers
After the leaves are transported to our factory, the leaves are checked for quality by our quality controllers, where only the best leaves are used to manufacture our tea.
An overnight process of withering the leaves takes place, after which the leaves are rolled and fermented. When the perfect amount of aeration occurs, the leaves are baked.
The baked leaves are then sifted to sort them into different grades which are based according to the sizes of the leaf.
The landscaped gardens of Derangala Hills, Nildiya Valley and Cee Tee Hills are located in the southern regions of Sri Lanka, producing tea of varying aromas and characteristics. CT Fine Tea gathers tea from farming families located within these gardens.Read More
Loose Ceylon black tea gathered from our Cee Tee Hills is rich, bold and malty.
Pure Ceylon black tea gathered from the Nildiya Valley produces a fragrant, caramel liquor.
Grown in Derangala Hills, this single estate pure Ceylon black tea is subtly sweet with a light golden liquour.
From Derangala Hills in the Ruhuna region, Ceylon Supreme is an intense tea for anytime of the day.
Pure Ceylon black tea; a strong malty tea packed in pyramid bags; perfect for your morning cuppa.
Pure Ceylon black tea from the southern estate of Ruhuna produces an amber-hued liquor with a distinct taste.
Originating from the hills of Kandy, this pure Ceylon black tea is full-flavoured and soft on the palate.
The Champagne of Ceylon teas originating from the country’s tea capital, Nuwara Eliya.
Fragrant Ceylon black tea from the Uva region offers a unique character with a copper brew.
Tantalizing flavours of wild berries, natural strawberry and raspberry creates a summery Ceylon black tea brew.
Ceylon black tea infused with passion fruit and pineapple is the ideal tropical experience.
Orange and lime infusions with Ceylon black tea adds the right punch to your day.
Enjoy the bright, summer flavours of peach and apricot mixed with Ceylon Black tea.
A myriad of Sri Lanka spices infused in pure Ceylon black tea for that delectable cup of Chai.
Natural mint leaves mixed with bittersweet chocolate to create this After Dinner Mint tea.
Vanilla, almond and safflowers steeped in Ceylon black tea to create an enjoyable brew of Vanilla Dessert tea.
Fresh, pure peppermint leaves added to Ceylon green tea is the ideal refresher.
A light and coppery brew, our Organic Black Tea from Dimbula is best enjoyed as breakfast or afternoon tea.
Nourishing and refreshing, enjoy Organic Ceylon Green Tea from the highlands of Uva.