Pure Ceylon silver tips white tea, elevation of tea garden : 4500 feet, region : dimbula , 100g x 3 soft pouches, special catering pack for home – hotel – ship – aircraft use.
Bearing the old Sinhalese name for the south of island, the Ruhuna tea-growing district lies in what is now the Southern Province of Sri Lanka.
Nestled in a valley at an elevation of 1,041 metres above sea-level, Ella is a quiet, quaint town in the Hill Country, famous for its spectacular views, Sri Lanka’s breathtaking waterfalls, ancient caves and wonderful walking opportunities are at Ella.
“You may think I write too much about the scenery,” suggested James Taylor in a letter home to Scotland, adding “but if you could see it for yourself, you would understand why I write so.”
Uva is Sri Lanka’s most remote province. Though not far from Kandy or Nuwara Eliya as the crow flies; access to its provincial capital, Badulla, is only possible over steep, winding mountain roads.
Probably the best-known of Sri Lanka’s tea-growing districts, Nuwara Eliya is also the most rugged and mountainous, with the highest average elevation.
Dimbula is perhaps the most famous name associated with Ceylon Tea. Southwards from Kandy, the central mountains rise in elevation until the plateau of Nuwara Eliya is reached.