Our brands ‘ entire tea collection is manufactured and packaged from chosen high-quality batches of tea leaves in Sri Lanka, as demonstrated by the Lion on each pack with a Sword logo.
The “Lion with a sword” logo, printed on Ceylon tea packaging, not only shows the tea’s nation of origin, but is also a high quality indicator.
The Sri Lankan Tea Council is the legal proprietor of the Sword Lion logo registered in many nations around the globe. The presence on the packaging of Ceylon tea of the logo “Lion with a sword” implies:
The Lion with a Sword logo is only used for Ceylon tea customer packaging, with only certain variants of quality.
The packages are made with 100% pure Ceylon tea.
In Sri Lanka, tea stamps with the “Lion with a Sword” logo are packed. Foreign tea companies (with manufacturing outside of Sri Lanka) can not placed the Lion on their tea packaging with a Sword logo, even though Ceylon is 100% the raw materials for production.
Brands with the “Lion with a Sword” logo on packaging fulfill the Sri Lankan Tea Council’s quality standards. The Sword-logoed Lion is the guarantor of pure Ceylon tea quality.
Ceylon tea’s taste and aroma is as distinctive and distinctive as it grows in climate and geographic characteristics. Seven significant agro-climatic tea-growing areas are acknowledged in Sri Lanka, each of which is able to give multiple variants of its characteristics to tea connoisseurs to fulfill their challenging taste: Nuwara Eliya, Uda Poussellava, Dimbula, Uva, Kandy, Ruhuna, Sabaragamuwa.