Tea for contemporary skills
By paying a fair price for the tea, you contribute to initiatives that offer underprivileged children the means to shape their future. For example, the English Afternoon tea comes from the Bogawantalawa estate and together with our foundation we contribute a part of the profit that allowed the Tientsin Tamil Maha Vidyalayam school in Bogawantalawa to be established. This school is attended by children of plantation workers. With the Foundation, computers have been purchased for the school on which about 110 students can work, making them contemporary skilled.
Quality of the top two tea leaves
Your light and accessible black Ceylon tea is packed with antioxidants and polyphenols, because at Dilmah only the top two leaves and the bud of the tea plant are hand picked. This tea has the gradation called Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings (B.O.P.F). Sri Lankan tea leaves are rated in 4 main grades, Leaf, Broken, Fannings and Dust, with Leaf being the full leaf category, and Dust the finest pieces of tea. BOPF is a tea grade that stands for Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings. Fannings are smaller particles of the Broken Orange Pekoe, and are a grade larger than dust. This tea gradation therefore has a relatively large surface area that comes into contact with the water.
High Tea with treats ...
English Afternoon tea is actually synonymous with high tea. In the past, this tea was mainly intended for the elite. In the Netherlands we like to drink the tea at a low table with sweet and savory snacks. Such as a delicious cake. Laura Kieft of Laura's Bakery has suitable high-tea recipes such as scones, mini lemon meringue pies, hazelnut-chocolate truffles, orange-almond cookies, blackberry-apricot plate cake, savory madeleines with Parmesan cheese, carpaccio wraps, pizza bonbons, savory breakbread with bacon and savory mini muffins shared. Taste success guaranteed!
- Ingredients: black Ceylon tea without additives
- Net Weight: 50g / 25x2g
- 25 tea bags
- Store in a cool, dry and airtight place