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Open doors for these special needs children
Down a lane in Ambagahawatte, Kalapaluwawa, is an acre of land surrounded by a wall, like any other large or small property in Rajagiriya.
Preserving our fragile environment
In an effort to promote harmonious coexistence between man and nature and preserve our fragile environment Dilmah Conservation launched its latest publication, 'Common Forest Trees of Sri Lanka', authored by Dr. Sudheera M.W Ranwala, Dr....
Snake charming and monkey tricks to fortune...
Turning over the pages of a Dilmah Conservation publication on traditional communities in Sri Lanka, I recollected how, as young boys in the early 1940s, we were fascinated by young men and women clad in...
Chef Peter Kuruvita: COOKING WITH TEA
It would be such a waste to use all the lovely tea that you have only to make beverages. The truth is, tea has the potential to jazz up your meal.
A true brew sommelier has spoken
He dreamt about it for a long time. His resolve was enviable. At 55, almost 30 years from the time he first grew passionate about teas, Merril J Fernando introduced Dilmah teas that cocoons the...
Jamie and Josie brew up a storm...
Jaimie Stodler, Queenstown's Cup & Cake store owner, and her German-born pastry chef Josie Geimecke have won the Dilmah High Tea competition at the NZ Chefs National Salon final.