Tea Growing Regions
Camellia Sinensis is an exotic hygroscopic herb. For successful agricultural sustainability, certain environmental conditions are critical for this plant. Climate, temperature, relative humidity, soil genesis, rainfall, elevation, and human activity, are to name a few. Tea is a naturally sensitive herb and slight changes in any of the above variants cause a significant tangible effect on Ceylon tea. The availability of just the right amount of these natural elements has made Ceylon’s tea story a successful one. It’s flavor, aroma, strengths, color, chemical composition is famously unique to Ceylon. These attributes are directly related to the tea-growing regions of the island.