I had the pleasure of trying this tea recently at a high tea. To me, Dilmah usually means a slightly nicer tea supermarket bagged tea, but this was a pretty decent cup! The tea had a lovely malty flavour with that hint of biscuity-honeyness that I love in my favourite Assam estate, Namdang. Huh, a Ceylon that I don’t find revolting! Go figure.
A bright and bold morning tea. Perfectedly rounded, with body, strength, colour and pungency representing the essence of a fine Ceylon tea. The beautifully even Broken Orange Pekoe leaf yields a burgundy coloured liquor which is robust and strong yet bright with an energetic personality. When brewed for 3 minutes or more, Brilliant Breakfast tea can be enjoyed with milk if desired.