This extremely rare tea grows wildly on the slopes of Adam’s Peak in Sabaragamuwa Province, Sri Lanka. What was once a Scottish plantation abandoned over 130 years ago, is now a thriving native forest with up to 30-foot te atrees growing in natural biodiversity. Dense growth has slowly made these untouched tea trees grow tall and sparse as their leaves chase the sun through the forest’s canopy. Local artisans skillfully climb the trees to selectively hand pick the leaves, taking care to not over harvest. The tea is then hand rolled and processed to create an incredibly unique wild tea.
We refer to it as the Champagne of Sri Lankan tea, the resulting brew is intricate and delicate, with notes of vanilla, maple, jasmine and orange. Its silky-smooth body is notable and the finish is incredibly clean.
Preparation method: 2g per 150ml of water
100°C for 2-3 mins
Rebrew 2-3 times
Ingredients: Wild Harvest Black Tea
Altitude: ~1000 masl
Region: Adam’s Peak, Sabaragamuwa Province, Sri Lanka
Harvest: on demand
Environment: Wild Untouched Forest
Tea Producer: Forest Hill Tea
Tea Trees: ~130 years old
Sample: 3g approx. 1 serves in this pack Gift Box: 30g approx. 7 serves in this pack Retail Box: 125g approx. 31 serves in this pack Large Box: 250g approx. 62 serves in this pack
Store in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight.