Rilhena Estate Comprising six divisions, Rilhena is cultivated with tea, rubber and includes minor crops such as cinnamon.
Nilagama Estate Located in the wet zone lowland of South West Sri Lanka, British planters pioneered tea planting in the 19th Century.
Mahagastotte Estate Mahagastotte is an area of outstanding beauty with its abundance of cypress trees, eucalyptus and wild mint plants.
Somerset Estate This area is well known as the traditional tea growing area where tea was first grown.
Newburgh Estate Founded in 1884, this estate has a reputation of housing one of the best Green Tea factories of Sri Lanka.
Imboolpittia Estate The Estate comprises of six divisions and is situated in close proximity to the town of Nawalapitiya.
Doombagastalawa Estate Located in the Mid Country Nawalapitiya District, which offers extraordinary scenic beauty as well as outstanding teas.
Lover’s Leap Estate Tea from this estate is picked from the foothills directly below Lover’s Leap waterfall in Nuwara Eilya.
Test Estate

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Doombagastalawa Estate, Ceylon

 

Dombagastalawa Estate was established in the late 18th Century and it is located in the Mid Country Nawalapitiya District, which offers extraordinary scenic beauty as well as outstanding teas. Dombagastalawa Estate tea is also analogous to a Syrah (a typed of dark-skinned grape) grown in warm but not hot climate areas, on steeper hilltops facing the sun. When infused, the tea evolves into a dark, coppery brown infusion with a biscuity taste.Often compared to Assam tea because of its somewhat intense flavour, it stands out on its own because of its medium bodied, deliciously dry and generous qualities. If steeped for approximately five minutes or longer, one will get to indulge in a tea that is not bitter and also very aromatic.

Teas from Doombagastalawa Estate