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Organic Tea

Organic Tea is one of the most widely-consumed beverages in the world (second only to water), and is considered one of the most cleanest and healthiest of beverages and there is a growing movement of consumers who demand pesticide and chemical free teas and herbs. We support this movement through our commitment to and encouragement of Green agricultural practices.

We are working with several organic plantations in Sri Lanka to improve not only the quality of tea but also the environment the tea is grown in, and by providing our customers with more organic and fair trade products, we hope to achieve this goal.

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Fair Trade

Being one of the first fair trade agricultural products, tea is an ethical product by nature. 
Fair trade is an organized social movement and market-based approach which advocates the payment of a fair price as well as social and environmental standards in areas related to the production of goods to alleviate global poverty and promote sustainability.

Sri Lanka has been recognized as a pioneer in the promotion of fair trade tea by the Fair Trade Labelling Organization (FLO), which defines the standards for fair trade certification. The high number of Fair Trade certified plantations in the country is verification to this.

Tea used to be grown in conditions that harm workers, communities and the environment, but increasingly consumers are demanding more humane, more environmentally sensitive products. Thus we have considered the Fair Trade Movement, a great source of inspiration to address customer concerns as well as support farmers and artisans who believe in sustainable farming practices. We also ensure that the farmers receive a fair price for their products while promoting social and environmental standards in the plantations.

With the introduction of fair trade mechanisms, we can ensure that the end consumer’s cup of tea is guilt free.

 

 
 
     
  • Ceylon Tea

    Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka known as the best tea in the world has its natural unique uniqueness and reputation running through more than a century. The tea sector in Sri Lanka has always been a vital part of its economy. For over a century Ceylon Tea has been the best tea throughout the world since its unique characteristics, flavors and aromas, dependent on a myriad of climatic conditions, plantation environments and elevation.

  • Green Tea

    There are three main varieties of tea, green, black, and oolong. The difference between the teas is in their processing. Green tea is made from unfermented leaves and supposedly contains the highest concentration of powerful antioxidants called polyphenols. So it is noted that green tea has many health benefits. Olinda green tea with its fragrant and delicate taste is also available in packets for those who prefer to drink green tea the traditional way.

  • Black Tea

    Black tea is an esteemed classic throughout the world. Because of the fermentation process, black tea is usually richer in color, more penetrating in flavor, and has a higher percentage of caffeine compared to other teas. For those who prefer milder flavors, you can add a dash of honey, cream, or soymilk for a truly delightful sipping experience.

  • Sri lanka Tea

    Tea Production in Srilanka, formerly Ceylon, is of high importance to the Sri Lankan economy and the world market. Sri lanka is the world's fourth largest exporter of tea and the industry is one of the country's main sources of foreign exchange and a significant source of income for the country.

  Eswaran Brothers (Pvt) Ltd is the leading quality tea supplier in Sri Lanka. Visit our online shopping cart to buy Fresh Ceylon Organic Tea, Healthy Green Tea, Black Tea and Flavored Tea. Enjoy the best flavors of Ethical Silk Road Tea recipes with our wide range of tea bags.

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