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Ceylonta

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  • “A friend returning from Sri Lanka brought me a saree and a loose bag of Ceylonta tea. I didn't really know what to expect since the package wasn't in English, but I did a little searching, and it...” Read full tasting note
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“Formerly known as Lipton Ceylonta, this tea has been reintroduced under the Brooke Bond brand. The success behind the brand is the product’s consistent delivery of a fine blend of pure Ceylon tea, which gives the consumer an unparalleled taste experience with every sip. Brooke Bond Ceylonta now comes with particles of real fresh green tea leaves mixed with the powder, by going to the extent of actually inserting freshness in a tangible manner which consumers can touch and see. And not stopping at that, Ceylonta has revamped its packaging, inserting a special inner silver foil to preserve the freshness of the leaves. The packaging is yet another first in the category.”

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A friend returning from Sri Lanka brought me a saree and a loose bag of Ceylonta tea. I didn’t really know what to expect since the package wasn’t in English, but I did a little searching, and it turns out this tea used to be a line from Lipton (the previous Brooke Bond, whom is also responsible for PG Tips) that was publicly rebranded by Unilever in 2010. Anyway – to the review.

This tea is like crack.

Honestly.

I drink it at work in the morning, in the afternoon, and then when I get home. I’ll consume literally up to two litres of it in a day. It’s simple, but it’s anything but plain. The flavours are robust, clear, and it’s near impossible to mess up brewing. So simple, but so good.

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