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Aislaby Tea Garden - Loose Leaf Tea

No. 21

Aislaby Tea Garden - Loose Leaf Tea

Ceylon Black Tea

This black tea from Aislaby estate from the eastern hills of Sri Lanka offers a strong and brisk unmistakable Uva region flavour.

From: Ruhuna Principality, Sri Lanka

LOOSE LEAF TEA
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We aim to dispatch all orders within 1-2 days of receiving your request. However, this can vary during peak times and other conditions outside of our control. Therefore, the below estimates of shipping times have been provided by our couriers.

 

UK Deliveries

 

Method

Cost

Carrier

Transit time

Standard

£2.50, Free - over £25

Royal Mail

2-5 days, up to 14*, Not Tracked

Tracked

£5.95

DPD

1-2 days, up to 5*, Tracked

Next-Working-Day

£9.95

DPD

Orders placed before 2pm, 1-2** days, Tracked

Saturday

£13.95

DPD

Orders placed before 2pm, Saturday delivery, Tracked

 *Most deliveries will be made within the usual time frame, but some areas and services may experience delays.

 

European Deliveries


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Method

Cost

Carrier

Transit time

Standard

From £5.50

Royal Mail

3-7 days, up to 21*, Not Tracked (Offered for orders less than £50 only)

Economy

From £5.50

Royal Mail

3-7 days, up to 21*, Not Tracked (Offered for orders less than £50 only)

Tracked

From £15.95

Feedex

3-5 days, up to 8*, Tracked

*Most deliveries will be made within the usual time-frame, but some areas and services may experience delays.

 

 

Rest of the World

 

Method

Cost

Carrier

Transit time

Standard

From £4.00

Royal Mail

8-15 days, up to 30*, Not Tracked (Offered for orders less than £50 only)

USA tracked

From £15.00

Fedex

2-3 days, up to 7*, Tracked

ROW Tracked

From £18.95

Fedex

1-5 days, up to 5*, Tracked

 *Most deliveries will be made within the usual time frame, but some areas and services may experience delays.

 

International Buyers (Including EU) – Please Note:


Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be before buying.

The origins of Aislaby


Teas harvested during summer months, also referred to as 'quality season' offer a robust brew with high level of briskness or liveliness, pungency with the unique spicy notes of cinnamon, pepper and nutmeg with a lingering sweet finish. This certainly a tea that is suitable for those who love a strong, full-bodied cup with all the characteristics of a perfect Ceylon Tea.

A wonderful alternative to a breakfast tea, it can be enjoyed with milk and sugar to suit your preferences.

This tea is from the renown Aislaby Tea Estate that lies at an altitude of 4,200 feet in the Malwatte valley of Uva province, Sri Lanka.

Ingredients


Sri Lankan Black Tea.

Tasting notes


Teas harvested during summer months, also referred to as 'quality season' offer a robust brew with high level of briskness or liveliness, pungency with the unique spicy notes of cinnamon, pepper and nutmeg with a lingering sweet finish.

Region


Badulla district is located in the landlocked Uva Province of Sri Lanka, in the South East of the island. The topography of the district is contrasting, with altitude ranging from 400 to 2,000m above sea level. The district capital, Badulla, sits in the lower centre hills, at 680m.

The climate there is Tropical Rainforest (Af), with little temperature variation throughout the year. The hottest months, April and May, see average highs of 30°C and lows of 20°C; the temperatures in coldest months, December and January. Range from 16°C to 26°C. It rains throughout the year, but there are strong seasonal variations, with a first increase in April and May, and the peak from October until December.

Learn more about Badulla District, Uva Province, Sri Lanka

Humidity is also variable, with the lowest levels (65%) in January, and highest in Spring (98%). Winds are gentle from November until April, and the breeze then picks up to moderate from May to October, with the windiest month usually in July. The district is agricultural, with the higher regions known for vegetable and, of course, tea growing, whilst the lower regions focus on paddy farming.

How to brew

3g

3g

100°C

100°C

200ml

200ml

4 - 5mins

4 - 5mins

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