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Elmstock Tea CompanyUnit 14/8 Booth Place, Balcatta WA 6021
Broken orange pekoe from the Diyagama plantation on the western slopes of Sri Lanka’s mountain ranges. Over 120 years of family tradition from a tea estate managed by the great grandfather of the present owners of Elmstock Tea.
First Flush. Malty, full bodied and rich in colour from the Brahamaputa Valley in the northeast of India. This sought after tea is a typical tippy Assam tea.
A typical tippy, malty Assam tea with a deep reddish liquor and distinctive aroma.
Single estate Flowery orange pekoe (FOP). A tippy, aromatic example of a tea from the highest altitude region of Sri Lanka. A rich excellent quality liquor with a strong aroma.
Long leaf (OP) single estate tea from the Dimbula district of Sri Lanka. This high grown tea is an excellent sample of quality Ceylon tea. Beautiful leaf with a sweet aroma and gentle taste.
Long leaf (OP) from Ratnapura tea growing region in Sri Lanka. Teas from the low country are dark, strong and liquory.
A broken orange pekoe tea, characteristic of the region.
Long leaf single estate tea from the eastern slopes of Sri Lanka’s central mountain range. Fine mellow taste and aroma. Ideal afternoon tea.
Tea of the mountain mists, grown in the foothills of the Himalayas. The most refined Indian tea which is known as the champagne of teas. This is an autumnal tea from a well known Darjeeling tea garden.
From the historic region where tea was first grown in Ceylon. A broken orange pekoe tea, characteristic of the region.
The highlands of Kenya provide the ideal climate for the cultivation of tea that makes a strong and hearty brew using the CTC (rather than the orthodox) method of manufacture.
A quality tea from the Needwood plantaion in Sri Lanka. Grown under controlled conditions. Certified Organic NASAA reg No. 12G No. 8004p
Ceylon high grown tea. Extremely strong and aromatic. Small leaf tea.