Until 1870, Sri Lanka had no clue about tea or its cultivation. Their major crop was coffee. In the year 1869, a major leaf virus broke out and destroyed almost all coffee crops. Then the tea cultivation of ceylon started in Sri Lanka. Ceylon tea is rich in antioxidants and therefore helps in lowering the risk of getting cancer, it also has lots of antioxidants which help in reducing cholesterol levels thereby preventing high blood pressure and heart attacks.
Featured Blend: Queen’s Breakfast