By Tea Factory and More @ a’ la campagne
Ceylon Tea was originated from Sri Lanka by Mr.James Taylor, a Scottish. He started to plant a tea on Ceylon island. Then, people entitle the tea according to the island name. The Ceylon tea has well known from exporting to England in 1873. Since then, the Ceylon tea became a crucial industrial crop of Sri Lanka.
This Ceylon tea has grown in Uva province, a Sri Lanka’s remotest province. The region of Uva exposed to the winds of both Northeast and southwest monsoon climate. The weather is relatively dry. This gives the mellow and smooth taste of Uva tea.
Steeping: 1 min
Water Temperature: 97-100 °C
Brewing Ratio: 5 grams for 400 ml water
Tea Factory and More @ a’ la campagne
Inspired by a tea factory in Srilanka, we take you back to an old tea plant where guests can enjoy the ambiance of nostalgic Asian architecture blended with European essences decorated with antique furniture and accessories from Europe. At Tea Factory & More, we serve western cuisine including a variety of soup, pasta, burger, and other healthy dishes. We offer a wide range of tea selections imported from many countries. Guests can enjoy our selections of tea with unique flavors and strong characters. Also, our guests can enjoy even more by having tea together with a variety of our freshly made bakery from our own bakehouse.