Dilmah Tea Blog
How to make a perfect cup of tea?
The secret to an enjoyable, revitalizing and relaxing cup of tea is in making the perfect cup of tea,that is tea that is perfectly brewed and served. As simple as it may sound, most tea drinkers however fail to enjoy their cup and loose the pleasure and natural goodness that tea offers by not knowing...READ MORE
Tea and Weight loss
Tea and health doesn’t sound like a match made in heaven. But, surprisingly researchers have found that compared to most beverages, health benefits of tea are greater. Tea has the biggest impact on losing weight and in weight maintenance. In fact, health benefits of tea are plenty. A cup of plain...READ MORE
Everything you need to know about caffeine in Tea
For centuries, tea has been known to be enriched with many chemical and mineral compounds that are refreshing, relaxing and stimulating at the same time. Regardless of the type of tea, the raw material of tea remains the same Camellia Sinensis bud better known as the tea plant. Information about tea...READ MORE
What is Black tea, everything you should know
Black Tea It is said that tea is the most popular beverage, next to water. The two most common teas in the market are Black Tea and Green Tea. The fundamental difference between black tea and green tea is in the processing of the two. While the processing of black tea gives full rein to the enzyme Polyphenoloxidase,...READ MORE
What’s the Difference Between Green and Black Tea?
Tea the most popular beverage. Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water. Of all types of tea consumed, Ceylon black tea, produced in Sri Lanka, is considered the best tea in the world and the most popular. Sri Lanka green tea is not far behind. Green tea has been gaining...READ MORE
How is Tea harvested?
Tea is one of the most sought after beverages in the world and it is consumed from Asia to America. There are many varieties of tea and so many tea producing regions across the world. Tea, scientifically known as Camellia Sinesis, can be grown in tropical or subtropical areas. Tea plants prefer an acidic...READ MORE
The top tea producing countries in Asia
It seems like coffee is the go-to thing, but in reality, the world runs on tea. Tea is the second most consumed beverage after water. With 5000 years of rich history, tea is known to have originated in China. Tea then gradually spreaded to UK in the 17th century, mainly through exports via Dutch East...READ MORE
The Origin of Tea
The birth of tea is a mix of myths and ancient stories. However, the practice of drinking tea has begun long ago in China. According to legends, tea was found somewhere in 2737 BC by the Chinese Emperor Shen Nong, a skilled ruler and scientist. The legend says, when Shen Nong was boiling water in the...READ MORE
Top 4 Well Known Tea Types in the World
Tea, is a magnificent herb. Depending on the method of processing, different types of real tea are obtained. Real tea refers to the products made using the tender shoots of the ‘tea plant’, also known as Camellia Sinensis. With that being said, the world’s most popular tea types are,...READ MORE