I came across Ceylon Tea around 4 years ago when a friend’s wife had returned from Sri Lanka and had brought a pack of it for me as a gift. Until then, I had been a connoisseur of the earl grey tea, a blend I particularly enjoyed for its fine scent and bergamot flavour.
I recall the day I opened the bag of Ceylon tea given to me and being met by a pleasant odour. When made, the tea has a bold flavour and a light blackish/brownish colour.
My preference with tea has always been to drink it without milk or sugar and Ceylon tea is the perfect tea for being consumed this way.
I then discovered the health benefits of this beautiful tasting tea. Ceylon teas contain higher levels of potassium when compared with tea grown in other regions and can help regulate diabetes and can help prevent diabetes.
There are a host of further benefits to your health from Ceylon tea. If you already enjoy your cup of tea or are considering drinking tea, then I implore you to try Nani Tea. In my opinion it is the crème de la crème of teas. Don’t just take my word for it, try it yourself.