Ceylon Black Tea
Maliboda FF1 Ceylon Black Tea Loose Leaf is the finer part of the tender leaf that has a bright and pungent full body liquors with touch malty character which is unique to Maliboda Garden teas. The forest bordering the northeast portion of the Maliboda tea garden is home to an elusive herd of elephants, which, according to legend, protect the sacred areas of Sri Pada (Adam’s Peak ) mountain. When founded in 1926, the tea estate derived its name from this herd of elephants known as “Maha Ali Goda” in ancient times. A special feature of the tea garden is the famous Kelani river, whose crystal-clear waters are fed by seven waterfalls known as the Hathella. The Kelani river, the mountain soil, and the dedicated workers who tend the bushes and meticulously process the tea leaves combine to create an exquisite flavor and balance to these teas.
Finer part of the tender leaf represent Maliboda Garden FF1 semi leafy teas, bright and pungent full body liquors with touch malty character which is unique to Maliboda Garden teas.
1) Bring fresh water to a boil
2) Use 2 teaspoons for a 12 floz serving
3) Steep for 3-5 minutes depending on desired strength
4) Drink and enjoy !