Ceylon Black Tea

Ceylon Black Tea
$0.69 - 1.35 /oz $6.75
$0.69 - 1.35 /oz $6.75
Steeping Instructions
Temperature 195-212 °F
Volume 1-2 tsp
Time 3-5 min
For the love of tea, do not oversteep.
Origin: Sri Lanka
product world map
product world map marker

Product Description

These leaves, native to Sri Lanka, are long and wiry and produce a flavor that is lighter than most black teas. It is a rich and flavorful tea suitable for drinking any time of day.

Origin: Sri Lanka

This tea is sold loose leaf, meaning it will not arrive packed in tea bags.

Click here to add T-Sac Tea Pouches to your order.

Good Tea for Anytime
By Joseph R - 12/21/2015
“This tea works well in the morning or in the afternoon. It's just fine plain, but I usually add some honey or sugar to it. It lacks that signature cedar note I look for in a Ceylon, but it's still quite tasty.”
As an aside
By Donald B - 12/13/2014
“I find this tea has a richer flavor than the black assam tea. db”
some of the best
By Richard - 10/23/2014
“I like it strong and let it sit sometimes for a day or two. It's better if made in large quantities (hence the long "steeping" time.) I lived in India for a long time and learned tricks from the tea wallas. One was to "flavor" the tea with a dash of darjeeling. Never use bags, balls or strainers. Let the leaves sit in the cup then tell your own fortune. ”