Dilhan is the younger son of Dilmah Tea Founder Merrill J. Fernando. Together with brother Malik, Dilhan has taken on the passionate commitment of his father, for tea, ethics in business and the concept of business as a matter of human service.
It’s a little late I know, but Hollywood takes it’s time coming to Sri Lanka. So when finally taking the kids to a movie about a robot called Wall-E, and not expecting much more than a couple of hours of mild entertainment, the reality came as a surprise. Writer/Director Andrew Stanton delivers a wolf in […]
There is something more magical about Ceylon Tea than the taste .. that is its history, which is rooted in its truamatic colonial history but blossomed into an agricultural endeavour characterised by artisrty, dedication, and eventually embraced a large part of our economy with influence in the spheres of politics, society and economy. We have […]
Amidst the wreckage of the Ministerial Meeting of the WTO in July emerges a new world order in which the wealthy, normally unchallenged Western states see their might checked. The discussions ended in failure and 7 years of effort seem to have come to naught. In spite of the somewhat arrogant accusations of Susan Schwab, […]
It has been a while since Dr. Robert Aboagye-Mensah of the Christian Council of Ghana famously commented, “International trade between my country and the West is like an antelope and a giraffe competing for food which is at the top of a tree. You can make the ground beneath their feet level, but the contest […]
The June 2008 issue of ‘The Director’ Magazine of the IoD, included a well researched feature on the subject of CSR. It was to me, an informative, yet bewildering overview of the subject. Informative because it is a comprehensive and well researched feature, bewildering because in many cases, the businesses that practice this ‘corporate social […]
Life has become a compromise – in tea, it is a compromise (for most brand owners) between profit and quality, with quality losing out unfortunately. Ultimately though the power to tip that balance back in favour of quality lies with the customer. The more customers know about tea, the better for integrity in tea. Of […]
Founder Merrill J. Fernando and his sons Dilhan and Malik ensure every pack of Dilmah reaches you fresh and full of flavor. As Merrill says, "my family cares for your tea, from the tea nursery right to your teacup."