Ceylon B.O.P. Aislaby Tea
Aislaby one of the main gardens of the region of Uva, emblematic and exceptional terroir for teas of Sri Lanka. This black Ceylon tea with broken leaves is aromatic and powerful, with an incomparable length in the mouth. This aromatic tea whose leaves are harvested from June to September will transport you to the high gardens of Sri Lanka.
- Technical sheet
- Storage and tasting tips
- Ingredients and allergens
DescriptionThis Broken grade Ceylon tea has a very rich, persistent and full-bodied flavour. Aislaby is a tea garden founded in the 1920s in the Uva region. Its plantations are located at an altitude of 1200m. Uva is located in the south-east of the island and is the most famous tea-producing province. Its award-winning teas are grown at medium and high altitudes altitude, the most sought after by tea lovers.
Sensory analysisThe mahogany red liquor is clear and bright with a velvety, tannic texture. The aromas of camphor and opulent flowers are very powerful powerful with a hint of reglissé.
Tasting adviceBlack and strong morning tea. Brewing time: 5 minutes - 90°.
Storage conditionsKeep in a cool and dry place.
Ingredient: black tea (Sri Lanka).
AllergensMay contain traces of soya, milk, nuts.