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The 'History of Ceylon Tea' website, a...
In 1866, when Scotsman James Taylor planted 19 acres of Field no. 7 on Loolecondera Estate, Hewaheta, with a few tea seedlings, 03 06he would not have dreamt that he was also sowing the seed...
Project, History of Ceylon Tea Website -...
In 1866, when Scotsman James Taylor planted 19 acres of Field no. 7 on Loolecondera Estate, Hewaheta, with a few tea seedlings, he would not have dreamt that he was also sowing the seed for...
An intoxicating brew
The lush greenery and growing number of smart hotels make Sri Lanka's tea country one of its prime draws - but tea is just one reason to visit this beguiling island, says Sarah Gilbert.
Cuppa and Cocktails Kick Off Ceylon Celebrations
New Zealanders were the first in the world to raise their cups in salute to 150 years of Ceylon tea.
Tea Trails to the Past
"Project HOCT, is a labour of love not onlyfor Sri Lanka's 'queen' of beverages, tea, but also for posterity", article by Kumudini Hettiarachchi & Sinali Ranwala features the groundbreaking History of Ceylon Tea project by...
Taj Samudra Colombo emerges winners at Bocuse...
Taj Samudra Colombo emerged victorious at the Bocuse d' Or Sri Lanka 2017 competition held recently. The winning concoction was the 'Best Dilmah Tea-Inspired Dish'.