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Ceylon Tea: History and Interesting Facts - how to make porcelain dinnerware

by:Two Eight     2019-09-15
Ceylon Tea: History and Interesting Facts  -  how to make porcelain dinnerware
Although the name of the country changed from Ceylon to Sri Lanka, tea from Sri Lanka is still called Ceylon tea because it is the most famous product in the country.
This article tells the history of this tea and shows some interesting facts.
The taste, flavor, aroma, quality, properties and appearance of tea leaves are significantly affected by the climatic conditions in their growing areas.
Long exposure to sunlight, rain, cold wind, dry, wet, warm or cool conditions, the height of tea tree growth, the time of year for picking leaves, and so on.
, Determine the color, tone, quality and features of the tea.
The British found that Ceylon had the ideal climatic conditions for growing tea.
Because of its unique taste and features, Ceylon tea has become a favorite energy drink for everyone.
As we all know, tea is the most popular drink after water.
The taste of Ceylon tea is refreshing and delicate, with special features.
Since the "Ceylon tea" brand is related to quality, manufacturers in Sri Lanka can use the special name "Ceylon tea" and the famous "lion logo" that comes with it, only to plant and manufacture tea completely in Sri Lanka, if it meets the strict quality standards established and managed by Sri Lanka Tea Fair.
Tea should not be mixed or mixed with tea from anywhere else in the world.
Even the 95% Sri Lankan mixture cannot be labeled as Ceylon tea.
Nowadays, there are varieties such as Ceylon black tea, white tea (the most expensive one, also known as "silver tip") and green tea on the market.
Ceylon Tea is wrapped in "pure Ceylon tea-
The packaging is printed with the words Sri Lanka.
Signs and slogans are signs that guarantee the origin and quality of tea.
It is said that "tea" originated in China about 5000.
Ceylon has been around for centuries.
With the introduction of various types of tea in the global market, tea is becoming more and more popular.
A evergreen plant from China) grown in the Royal Botanical Garden (the historical capital of the last kingdom of Sri Lanka) in Kandy Peradeniya ).
The History of Ceylon Tea tells us that James Taylor, a pioneer in the tea industry in Sri Lanka, planted the first tea estate (with 20 acres of tea in the Loolecondera Estate) in 1867 in the city of kangti.
He discovered and introduced the brilliant technology.
Two leaves and one bud.
He opened a well.
With tea factory Loolecondera Manor 1872.
In 1875, Taylor sent the first batch of Ceylon tea to the London Tea Auction.
When Taylor lived in Loolecondera, tea exports accelerated from 23 pounds tons (10 kg) to 22,900 tons (1890 ).
Taylor passed away in 1892.
An Englishman named Henry Randolph Trafford, the owner of the Conti Coffee estate, knows how to produce tea, and is also considered one of the pioneers of Ceylon tea cultivation.
At 1880, he turned to the tea garden. in a few years, almost all the coffee plantations in Ceylon became tea leaves.
In 1980s and 1870, many British companies showed interest in buying tea in Sri Lanka.
A grocer bought four estates whose name is almost synonymous with tea: Thomas Lipton.
Tea planting area is more than 1888 square meters of coffee planting area.
In 1899, about 400,000 acres (1,619 square kilometers) of land were covered by tea trees.
In 1893, 1 million Ceylon tea bags were sold at the Chicago World Expo.
In the same year, tea was sold at record prices.
The London tea auction costs £ 15 a pound.
The Colombo Tea merchants association was established in 1894.
The Colombo association of brokers was established in 1896.
The Tea Research Institute was established in 1925.
With the help of these organizations, the production and export of Ceylon tea has increased dramatically in the early stages.
By the 1960 s, tea production and exports totaled more than 200,000 tons.
Before 1965, Sri Lanka became the world's largest tea exporter for the first time.
In 1963, Sri Lanka began to produce and export instant tea.
On 1966, the first international tea ceremony was held to commemorate 100 anniversary of Sri Lanka's tea industry. During 1971-
1972. the Sri Lankan government nationalized the tea estates owned by British companies.
After the land reform, no tillers are allowed to own more than 50 acres of land for any purpose.
The Sri Lankan tea Committee was established in 1976.
In the same year, the export of tea bags began.
About 50 years ago, multinationals taking over the Ceylon tea industry began to pay more attention to profits --
Production Factors (selling tea at the lowest possible price) and are not interested in the quality and authenticity of the tea.
Import of tea used for mixing and re-mixing in 1981
The export situation was introduced.
This commercialism led to the production of a "tea mixture", a mixture of various teas from several countries.
This led to a sharp decline in demand for Ceylon tea. In 1992-
93. many governments have suffered heavy losses-
The nationalized tea estate was privatized again in early 1970.
Some owners have begun to plant and sell pure Ceylon tea in the traditional way.
Tea lovers can buy "selected, perfected and packaged" Tea at the origin (Ceylon.
By 1996, tea production in Sri Lanka had exceeded 250,000 metric tons, and by 2000 it had exceeded 300,000 metric tons.
At 2001, the first one
Forbes and Walker Limited began selling tea
At the Colombo Tea Auction
Kandy established the Tea Museum and the Sri Lankan tea Association in 2002.
Like other good things.
Ceylon green tea contains a large amount of Danic acid, vitamin C, chlorophyll and minerals.
It contains a relatively small amount of caffeine (1%), a mild stimulant.
It does not cause insomnia or tension.
Lower caffeine levels mean lower risk of heart disease and high blood pressure.
A compound called L -.
Tea contains the tea can promote the feeling of relaxation, and keep the spirit alert.
The antioxidant capacity of tea depends on how long you brew.
Ceylon white tea is the least processed in All Ceylon tea and contains the least amount of caffeine (10-
15 mg per 8 ounces ).
It has the properties of anti-oxidation, antibacterial, urination and anti-virus and helps to enhance your immune system.
It can protect you from many degraded diseases.
It is very effective for sore throat, common cold and depression.
Tea helps to increase urine flow.
It can detoxify and prevent the formation of kidney stones.
It helps lower blood cholesterol levels.
Nutrients in tea can prevent lipid oxidation and plaque formation.
This reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Tea can inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, which is conducive to the growth of beneficial bacteria.
Pregnant women should drink green tea in moderation.
This also applies to Ceylon tea. Being a health-
Promoting drinks, one or two cups of tea will not cause any damage, but excessive caffeine intake will adversely affect the absorption of folic acid.
As we all know, folic acid plays an important role in the first three months of pregnancy.
A study shows that women's excessive drinking of tea during pregnancy can lead to test tube defects such as spina bifida in infants.
When drinking tea after dinner, it will affect the iron
The ability of a woman to absorb.
Her body can't absorb non-iron. meat foods.
Women who are highly resistant to caffeine should avoid drinking tea.
Ceylon tea, like all other teas, is divided into three categories: low tea
Planting (on properties up to 600 m/2000 m ); medium-
Growth (600-1,200 m / 2000-4000 ft); and high-
Planting (over 1200/4000 ).
Unique tea at each level. High-
The growing tea tastes bright and strong. Low-
The color of the tea is deep, and
Growing tea is rich and fullbodied teas.
Tea leaves at an altitude of about 3,000 feet should be high --quality teas.
They are very light green in color.
They have honey-
Golden and charming aroma.
The Commonwealth Games in Brisbane and the 88 World Expo in Australia in 1987.
According to the World Tea Association, Sri Lanka exported 0. 34 billion kilograms of tea in 2012,
Kenya and China have the highest sales, but ranked second in terms of "value.
Refined tea lovers prefer Ceylon tea because of its unmatched quality.
Perfect humidity, cool temperatures, plenty of sunshine and plenty of rain in the central highlands of the country make Sri Lanka an ideal place to produce high humidity foodsquality tea.
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