The birthplace of Ceylon tea, it tasted soft and smooth.

Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) is a former British colony, is mainly engaged in coffee cultivation.
However, the cultivation of coffee is often disasters. Therefore, it is proofed that the land is not suitable for the cultivation of coffee, then change to the growing of tea. First successful cultivator is J • Tailor.
He brought back seeds from Assam in India and planted in the Kandy area. Due to the low altitude of Kandy regions, the black tea in this area has a gentle aroma and smooth taste.
It is suitable for direct consumption, or drink with other materials.