Often described as tasting malty and rich, this Ceylon variety originates from the Indian subspecies of the tea plant. However, its high-altitude cultivation endows it with a distinct flavor from its Indian kin.
Famously Sri Lankan, this highly warming tea is produced using methods that originated in Britain but passed through India on the way to Sri Lanka—or Ceylon, as it was once known.
Health & Well-Being Benefits:
In keeping with long-held international belief, Ceylon tea is now marketed as an aphrodisiac. This tea also improves blood circulation and the immune system, due to its high concentration of antioxidants, polyphenols, and flavonoids.