Ceylon tea wasn't always destined to become the "island of tea" that it is today. In fact, it was the Scotsman James Taylor who enabled this great revolution by planting the first tea plants from China and Assam around 1860. Today a large part of the island is covered in plantations that can reach altitudes of up to 2,500 m. It produces amber-coloured, creamy, woody and well-structured liquors.
Of Sri Lanka's four main tea-growing regions, Dimbula District is one of the most famous, thanks to its high quality, the scale of its production and its abundance of tea gardens.
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