This loose leaf black tea is strong and malty, the Dimbula is perfect with or without milk and/or sugar.
£1.44 – £8.80
One of the oldest and most famous Ceylon teas, the Ceylon Dimbula produces some of the strongest flavours, due to the monsoon rains that drench the region each year.
Dimbula is situated fairly centrally on the island, east of the capital Colombo.
Ceylon is the former British colonial name of Sri Lanka. Ceylon became independent of Britain in the late 1940’s and changed its name to Sri Lanka in 1972 when it became a republic.
Interestingly, the teas from here are still referred to as Ceylon teas.
This tea is drunk all over the world and is excellent as a breakfast tea.
Sample 10g, 50g, 100g, 200g