- Loose-leaf black Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka
- Sustainably grown & harvested
- Delicate malty flavour & rich dark colour
- Best enjoyed plain or with a dash of milk & sugar
- Rich in antioxidants; lowers blood pressure & boosts immunity
- Grown at high altitudes & harvested all year round
Did You Know? Sri Lanka is the world’s 3rd biggest exporter of tea. The first Sri Lankan tea plantation was founded in 1867.
Lady Bonin’s teas are sustainably and ethically cultivated wherever possible. This Cape Town tea parlour has a passion for potions made with love and the finest, freshest ingredients.
Black Ceylon tea leaves
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25 Aug, 2016, By Christine
They claim this product is sustainably grown harvested -which means exactly nothing without an organic certificate. If you can back up your claims then the product needs certification - if not, then this is a questionable product at best and plain unethical and potentially harmful at worst.
Without certification and verification these kinds of claims leave consumers vulnerable and in the dark. Shame on FTN and shame on Lady Bonin for trying to fool consumers!
Like Tanganda Tea
08 Sep, 2015, By annetta
Tanganda was a lovely, full-bodied tea produced in Rhodesia. Lady Bs tea is like Tanganda. I found a level teaspoon per person and one for the pot is perfect for afternoon guests.