A hand crafted and environmentally friendly wild Sri Lankan tea, inspired by the “classic” tea bag. Clever and simple to brew while being able to withstand long brewing periods without becoming bitter. Tea farmers skilfully climb and harvest from ~130-year-old trees that grow wildly on the slopes of Adam’s Peak in Sabaragamuwa Province, Sri Lanka. Completely handpicked, processed, rolled, dried and then finally secured with a single string, these “naked” tea bags showcase the uniquely wild, naturally bio-divers and artisanal nature of this tea.
The resulting brew is intricate and delicate, with notes of chocolate, maple, vanilla and orange. It’s silky-smooth body is notable and without any astringency. A beautiful experience and impressive presentation of a rare and exotic tea.
Preparation method:1 naked tea bag per 300ml water Temp: 100C Infusion: 4-5 mins Rebrew: 2-3 times
Ingredients:Wild Black Ceylon Tea Leaves
Tea Information: Altitude: ~1000 masl Region: Adam’s Peak, Sabaragamuwa Province, Sri Lanka Harvest: on demand Environment: Wild Untouched Forest Tea Producer: Forest Hill Tea Tea Trees: ~130 years old