Putting on the kettle and brewing up a cuppa sounds simple doesn’t it. It’s not – not because it is complicated – but because most people just don’t take the simple precautions to get it right. Like selecting garden fresh, origin packed tea and brewing black tea for at least 3 minutes to get the […]
Fears of global recession have corporate planners scurrying to improve their financial prospects, mainly by cutting costs. The snappily titled programmes that are the outcome of these are obviously intended for the consumption of Wall Street, but are they fair on consumers and the worker?
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 […]
There is a myth that ‘teabag tea’ – ie. dust and fannings – are bad. Many are the experts who reject teabags as being the worst of the crop. The reality is that there is good and bad tea regardless of the grade (density/size of the made tea). The same batch of freshly harvested tea […]
One of the most beautiful fruit shop in the world – a stone’s throw from Uda Walawe National Park – where the fruit, spice and vegetables are ripened or matured on the tree, bush or root, usually in a plot owned by the fruit and vegetable seller herself, and where taste and flavours are authentic and untainted by […]
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."