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Black Tea - Ceylon

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Ceylon Tea
Ceylon Black Tea is the most famously known tea around the globe. The high-grown black tea has a honey golden liquor and light and is among the best teas which has a distinct flavor, aroma and strength. The low-grown teas has a burgundy brown liquor and stronger in taste. And the mid-grown teas are strong, rich and full-bodied. Ceylon black tea is famous around the world and is used as the base for many blends such as Earl Grey tea, and many other fruit flavored teas.

Brewing Ceylon Tea
Water temperature: 95ºC (203ºF)
Quantity: 1tsp/cup (250ml)
Steeping Time: 3-5 minutes
Rebrew allowed: Yes
Milk: Yes
Sweetener: sugar or honey
Best paired with: brunch, milk desserts, and poultry

Drinking Ceylon Tea
- The diversity of Ceylon teas leads to a great variety in how you can enjoy it. This type of tea is the epitome of the term 'self-drinker,' which is used to describe teas (primarily black) that need no enhancements because they are perfect on their own.
- Ceylon teas are the most popular base for iced teas in the world. They also make one of the most pleasant hot teas you will find.
- In addition, enjoy Ceylon teas in the following ways:
- As a milk tea to mellow the flavor and reduce any bitterness.
- Instead of milk, try Ceylon with a hint of lemon, particularly when served cold.
- Sugar or honey can be used as a mild sweetener.
- Ceylon tea is an excellent choice for any drink recipe that calls for a generic 'black tea.' The Thai Iced Tea is a perfect example.