Black Tea

Uda Watte Single Region Tea - 100G Leaf Tea

20 bags per pack | 40 servings per pack
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100g loose leaf tea in an airtight tin caddy containing high grown single region Ceylon tea grown at an elevation of 4,000-5,000 feet above sea level and provides a full-bodied, rounded and refreshing brew that is medium brown in colour with an almost savoury taste.
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Tasting Notes

Uda Watte Single Region Ceylon Tea is grown at a high elevation of 4,000-5,000 feet above sea level. In keeping with the characteristics of high grown Ceylon tea, this is a full-bodied, rounded and refreshing brew that is medium brown in colour with tints of orange. An almost savoury taste with fruity notes, well balance from the ample tannins, strong but not brooding. Comparable to a Pinot Noir wine made from grapes grown in cool climates. A tea that is delicate, radiant and elegant. From Dilmah’s Watte Boutique Tea collection, this Uda Watte Single Region Ceylon Tea variety contains 100g loose leaf tea in an airtight tin caddy that protects the tea’s freshness and aroma.

Distinctive Features

Ingredients
Pure Ceylon Black tea, no additives
Tea Grading
FBOP
Serve With
Best Taken Straight, Honey, Lemon
Tea Flavours
Sweet
Caffeine Level
Medium
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Uda Watte: High Elevation Ceylon Tea

High Grown, at 5,000 feet above sea level

Uda Watte tea is grown at high elevations, offering a rich brew that is brimming with flavour, intense aroma and well rounded, in the style of a Pinot Noir. High grown Ceylon teas are found at elevations that are 4,000-5,000 feet above sea level and make up for the majority of Ceylon tea production. High grown teas are more aromatic compared to others and are lighter in both taste and colour due to the constant cool and windy climate. The monsoons affecting the hillside of Sri Lanka causes different patterns of precipitation, resulting in subtle differences in the tea, even within the same region. This tea displays many attributes of a good Pinot Noir; complexity, softness, roundness and full flavour and with non-aggressive tannins.

Elevation 4,000+
Caffine Level Medium
Tea Grade Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe (FBOP)