Thursday, June 21, 2012

Kandula Tea Company

On a recent trip to Marshalls, I found some great tea items, including an afternoon tea book and a box of Kandula tea.  I’m always happy to discover a brand of tea that I haven’t tried. 


This English Breakfast blend is a nice change from my usual morning cuppa.  The tea is grown and cultivated in Sri Lanka and is a blend of FBOP (flowery broken orange pekoe).  It is a deliciously brisk black tea.DSCF0619


It was nice to read that this company is committed to fair treatment for the plantation workers and their families.  The Kandula Tea Company also supports Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage.

Their box design is great.  “An elephant with its trunk raised in the air is meant to be a symbol of good fortune…” They have used a distinctive blue and white pattern on the top and bottom of the box.

DSCF0617You can find lots of great products using the above print and also the pink elephant motif on their website here.


There are several blends that I’d love to try, including the Ebony Chai.  I think this is the first spiced chai I’ve seen that contains rose petals along with the more usual ingredients.

Ebony Chai Tea


Saying “Ayubowan” is the “Sri Lankan” way of greeting a person.
It is like saying “Hello”, but in addition, “Ayubowan” has a much wider meaning, that is wishing “May you live longer and be healthy”.

There are many wonderful photos, recipes and lots of health information on the company website and blogEnjoy! 


Marilyn said...

What a great find at Marshall's.

Darjeeling Darlings said...

What a cool mug. I love it.

Steph said...

What fun treasure hunting!

The Tea Enthusiast's Scrapbook said...

Hi Maureen,

Looks like an interesting tea with the rose petals.

Thanks for sharing.



Angela McRae said...

I love the graphic design on the box, and I love your pretty tea mug as well!

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