Compare to F&M’s Darjeeling Green, the Green Ceylon has much taste as a tea. Surely the processing methods are different, I guess the Green Ceylon got a bit ‘fire’ to remove the raw greeny smell and release more flavour. It tastes interesting as a green tea: golden color liquid with a hint of green, smells refreshing and tastes balanced. The sweetness back the throat is quite pronounced. The second brew is also very nice. More elegant than some strong Chinese green tea, but not as weak as Darjeeling green. One of my favorite green tea.
A pleasantly vigorous green tea. Once picked, the leaves are pan-fired before being rolled to give their distinctive appearance. The resulting brew is light and bright with the harmonious character familiar to lovers of Ceylon. Brew to your taste and serve without milk.