Category Images of Tea

For centuries, problems of mankind have been solved over a cup of tea. Whether they were problems between nations, between businesses, even in ... Continue Reading...

The June 2008 issue of ‘The Director’ Magazine of the IoD, included a well researched feature on the subject of CSR. It was to me, an ... Continue Reading...

Here’s where it all starts, the two tender leaves and the bud. Picking tea by  hand, as we do in Sri Lanka, ensures that we use just these ... Continue Reading...

The art in tea starts here, with the tender shoots at the extremes of the evergreen shrub, Camellia Sinensis. Flavour and natural antioxidants ... Continue Reading...

The beauty of the leaf evolves to take on a different appeal when infused. The spectrum of colour in the dry leaf, assumes a different plane, ... Continue Reading...

The first step towards a cup of Ceylon’s finest, two leaves and a bud handpicked on Somerset Estate in Sri Lanka’s Talawakelle ... Continue Reading...

Producing the finest tea starts with the tea picker; only the young ‘two leaves and bud’ of the Camellia Sinensis should be used. In Sri Lanka, ... Continue Reading...