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Festival – English Tea Collection
Pure Ceylon Leafy Wiry Tea 175g / Loose Tea Caddy This is an ode to the classic taste of Pure Ceylon black Tea.
Carte de la Ceylan – Exclusive Premium Sea Adventure
100g / Loose Tea Packet This familiar taste of Pure Ceylon black Tea with no added flavour will give you the vim, vigor & vitality to kick-start the day.
Pure Ceylon Semi Leaf Tea
FV524 Ceylon Classics– Tea Unlimited 100g / Loose Tea Caddy Blending the goodness of Pure Ceylon black Tea with natural Carrot pieces, Safflower Petals & Hawaiian flavour to revitalize your body while suffusing your complexion with a healthy glow
The Magic Pheasant – Batik Tea Collection
Pure Ceylon Green Tea Special 150g / Loose Tea Caddy This is Green Tea in the age-old tradition of the Chinese.
Gold Award : Tea Value Added Sector-Large Category( 2014) at the 23nd Annual National Chamber of Exporters (NCE) Awards- 2015 held in Sep.2015.
Gold Award : Most Outstanding Exporter in Tea Value Added Sector -2014 at the 23nd Annual National Chamber of Exporters (NCE) Awards- 2015 held in n Sep.2015.
Gold category awarded by the globally recognized Business Initiative Directions.The award was presented at a glittering ceremony held at the Inter Continental Frankfurt Convention Center in Germany on April 26, 2015.
Gold Award for Value Added Tea Sector - Medium Category by the National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lankaat the 21st Annual Export Award Presentation Ceremony in September 2013.
Gold Award for Best Sri Lankan Brand Exporter for the 'FAVOR' range of Premium Teas by the National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka, at the 21st Annual Export Award Presentation Ceremony September 2013.
Silver Award for Value Added Tea Sector - Medium Category by the National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka at its 20th Annual General Meeting held in September 2012.
Most Outstanding Tea Branding Award - Other Regions at the Hong Kong International Trade Fair Tea Competition - 2012, organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Authority.
Euro Asia Corporation (Pvt) Ltd., is an award winning ISO 22000, HACCP and GMP certified Premium Tea Producing and Exporting Company both nationally as well as internationally, founded in 2005. Today we are the leaders in the category of Premium Tea Exporting Companies in Sri Lanka (Ceylon).
In recognition of total compliance with required international norms and conventions, we have obtained the following certifications;
- ISO 22000: 2005
ISO 22000: 2005 - Food Safety Management System
This is a standard developed by the International Organization for standardization dealing with food safety and the highest and most recognised food-related certification in the world.
Therefore it brings Euro Asia Teas the stamp of international approval as well as an endorsement of the quality and success of our operations.
HACCP - The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points System
This is an international standard for safe food production adopted by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the most effective means for controlling food borne diseases.
Our Company was awarded the HACCP certification after its systems were certified to be in conformity to the most stringent quality and safety specifications required.
GMP- Good Manufacturing Practices
This certification ensures the integrity of our product manufacturing process as well as compliance with food safety regulations. GMP is an important enhancement to our food safety management system, which increases our customers' confidence in our commitment to trading and producing safe, high quality Teas.
Pure Ceylon Tea is the most sought after by connoisseurs of Tea the world over. Renowned for its rich body of flavour, aroma and colour Pure Ceylon Tea with each sip, carries one through a gastronomical journey of the surreal.
History of Ceylon Tea
Pure Ceylon Tea stands above the rest in all its glory! The hypnotizing taste of pure Ceylon tea takes your mind far away from the stresses of a routine day, just by the intake of a small sip of its divine taste. In Sri Lanka people make a habit of drinking tea often as they are permitted to, since a fresh cup of pure Ceylon tea is the drink everybody's mind desires. That is why the history of tea runs back to the glorious past, where our proud royals experienced the best natural brew.
Tea was first introduced to Ceylon in 1867 as an experiment by a British Planter named James Taylor. Thereafter he set up the first Commercial Tea Plantation on just 19 acres to begin with on a property called the 'Loolecondera Estate' close to the Hill Capital of Kandy.
This plantation was to become the model for future development of the Tea industry of Ceylon. Tea came to be the principal crop of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) in the early 1870s, and in 1875 James Taylor managed to send the first shipment of Ceylon Tea to the London Tea Auction.
A Scotsman named Thomas Lipton, a millionaire in the United Kingdom visited Ceylon in the 1890s en route to Australia when he met James Taylor. Together they discussed the possibilities of starting a business in exporting Tea from Ceylon and hence Lipton's Company started buying Ceylon Tea.
Together with Thomas Lipton, James Taylor also pioneered the Tea export industry of Ceylon.
Sri Lanka is currently the fourth largest Tea producer in the world and exports most of its produce making it the world's second largest Tea exporter. Pure Ceylon Tea has thus been developed to cater to the palates of Tea drinkers throughout the world.
The strength of Pure Ceylon Tea does not lie only in the volume of production, but also in its superior quality and taste. Tea mostly thrives on sloping terrain therefore it is grown in the central highlands and southern inland foothills at varying elevations.
Based on the elevation at which it is grown, Pure Ceylon Tea is identified under three varieties- Low Grown, Mid Grown and High Grown.
Ceylon Specialty Tea
There are seven principal regions in Sri Lanka that grow Pure Ceylon Tea.