Ranra Tea Estate Teas manufacture the entire range of tea grades that are produced in Sri Lanka. A tea's grade does not necessarily indicate the flavor or quality and is commonly referred to the size of the leaf and its location on the tea bush.
Although Tea grading has not been standardized between major tea growing countries, Tea grading is primarily used by the estates for segregating various teas during the manufacturing process. This process is not clearly defined and therefore it is not considered as a proper evaluation method of quality teas. Grading terminology also differs when describing green tea, black tea, and oolong tea. Therefore, these terms are briefly discussed in their general uses.
Other factors such as origin, soil, rainfall, elevation, the particular "flush" or picking season combined with the harvesting and manufacturing process all lend a hand in providing tea its unique flavor.
Particularly an herbal tea. This tea base on white tips (silver tips), green tea, organic flowers, traditional herbals and lemon. This is the best-selling item in our stores. This tea has lemony taste with a light color.
Silver Blast has a low amount of caffeine which helps you to have a great sleep. Highly recommended after a long day, it helps keep you out of stress.
Particularly a white tea. This tea seems very similar to Silver Needle. Very freshly picked, delivered from our plantations in UVA. This tea has very unique taste. Hard part is to make this tea only gives around two kilograms per month. Handmade process make this tea very richer from other black and green teas.
Basic benefit of this tea reusability. The same potion gives three cup of teas in three times without any other issues
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Fresh tea leaf → withering → drying → white tea
Our store owns a wide range of flavored teas from Sri Lanka, Which are based on black tea and green tea.
We have 25 varieties from flavored section and four from those are green tea base.
Varieties of flavored teas, Green tea flavors, Back tea flavors, Soursop, Chai, Mint, Cinnamon, Jasmine, Cardamom, Ginger, Earl grey, Chamomile, Passion fruit, Mixed Fruit, Mango, Pineapple, Chocolate, Vanilla, Coconut, Strawberry, Blueberry, Banana
Ceylon Golden Tips tea goes into the white tea category. This product has a unique taste and very smooth to drink. This tea is an exclusive very rare tea which people believe that has a great value. so per kilogram are significantly higher than other teas.
Golden tips tea – White tea/Silver Tips tea was first grown in Sri Lanka at NuwaraEliya near Adam's Peak between 2200–2500 meters, which describes mid-grown area in "Ceylon Tea growing regions"
Same potion could be used in three times as well. This tea is manufactured by hand.
The tea production process by which sencha and other Japanese ryokucha (緑茶, green tea) are created differs from Chinese green teas, which are initially pan-fired. Japanese green tea is first steamed for between 15–20 seconds to prevent oxidization of the leaves. Then, the leaves are rolled, shaped, and dried
These leaves, meaning "precious dew "are smaller, more tender early leaves from the 1st or 2nd flush. This is the most popular grade in Japan. This tea has a very soft taste.
In the tea industry, tea leaf grading is the process of evaluating products based on the quality and condition of the tea leaves themselves. The highest grades are referred to as "orange pekoe", and the lowest as "fannings" or "dust".
Orange pekoe is referred to as "OP". The grading scheme also contains categories higher than OP, which are determined primarily by leaf wholeness and size. "Ceylon" is the previous name of the country from where it is grown, now Sri Lanka, a small island in the Indian Ocean.
Derived from the Chinese word 'bai hao' meaning 'white hair.' It refers to the silvery white down present on young tea leaves.
Usually these pekoe grades are leafy .It gives light dark color with quiet medium taste in your tea cup.The leaves of this grade differ from that of OP, its leaves are short and not as wirier as OP, but it is a bit more twisted than OP. When brewed its flavor has a hint of bitterness along with a sweet finish and it is rich in color. If you prefer a medium taste black tea this tea would be your best choice. We also have Pekoe in regional formats.
Ceylon Broken Orange Pekoe also known as English breakfast tea such strong black teawhich seems to very tiny blended tea pieces. BOP has bitter taste with dark color. This tea mostly goes with milk and sugar.
This blended fine tea gives you a very strong taste within a less brewing time. Medium leaves are picked and deliver to the blending section and blended leaves are set for fermentation.
We have Broken Orange Pekoe in any regional format except Low grown (Ruhuna)
F.B.O.P is kind of black tea which is blended as semi-small leaf. This tea seems very fascinating by it look. It has quiet medium strong taste with dark color. This tea has more aroma than Pekoe.
This tea such great tea for milk in leafy format. We have this tea only from Uva(central grown)
Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe Fanning Extra Special A whole leafy tea with an abundance of long tips. An exquisite mildly caramel sweet liquor.
It gives such strong taste within darker color.