Imperial Ceylon

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Black Tea
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Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “Ooft. So I was really intrigued because I noticed a typo in Tea Palace. They call this tea an Uva region, but then on the packaging it calls it a Dimbula. Definitely tastes more like a...” Read full tasting note
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This single estate Ceylon tea is from the Rilagala Estate in the Uva region of Sri Lanka. Rilagala, which means ‘Monkey Rock’ gained its name from the colossal rock which towers over the estate, and the monkeys from the surrounding forest who are often seen amongst the tea bushes. The tea estate is famous for its long wiry leaf and aromatic flavor.
Imperial Ceylon has a beautiful black pine needle-shaped leaf with a full aromatic taste. Best enjoyed without milk.

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149 tasting notes

Ooft. So I was really intrigued because I noticed a typo in Tea Palace. They call this tea an Uva region, but then on the packaging it calls it a Dimbula.

Definitely tastes more like a Dimbula. I was really disappointed in this tea, the majority of it was stem and twig. Left to brew, it really didn’t develop, just was bitter with no flavor.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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