Sri Lanka Tea Board Shop

Posted on September 1, 2017
CategoryTea Shops
LocationColombo
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Status Open now
Tea from Ceylon soon gained the reputation of being the finest in the world, and tea exports became the mainstay of the colonial economy. Housewives and restaurateurs across the globe grew familiar with the name of the country, Independence brought new markets, and production continued to increase. In 1965 Ceylon became, for the first time, the world’s largest exporter of tea.
sri lanka tea board shop

It was also one of the world’s leading brands, familiar to consumers from Virginia to Vladivostok – a brand the industry had been actively promoting and investing in since the early 1930s. Abandoning it would deliver a setback from which there could be no easy recovery. And the cost of promoting and establishing an unfamiliar new brand – ‘Sri Lanka Tea’.

Though opposed by some who demanded a complete break with the colonial past and a new start for the country, industry leaders managed to persuade the socialist government then in power to permit the continued use of the name Ceylon to refer to the country’s most famous product. Tea from Sri Lanka would still be marketed as Ceylon Tea, a priceless world brand had been saved.


Service Offering

  • Tea
  • Order
  • Delivery
  • Cool Drinks
  • Musical Surrounding
  • Outdoor Sitting
  • Nature Outdoor
  • Gifts
  • Family Passionate


Features Available

  • Wifi
  • Consultation
  • Takes Reservations
  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Free Parking


  • Friendly Ceylon Tea

    Rs.10,000

    Sri Lanka Tea Board Shop is a international tea businessing company and also have some tea shops in local area in sri lanka, it has many brands in tea so they put prices is differents

  • Manufacturing

    Rs.5,000

    Sri Lanka’s tea cultivators and manufacturers are the custodians of the traditional, orthodox method of black tea production. This is still agreed by most experts to produce the best black tea.


History of Sri Lanka Tea Board Shop

It has made all arrangement to celebrate 150th anniversary of Sri Lanka Tea Industry. There are many events such as Global Tea Party, book launch, regional level exhibitions have been organized to mark the above celebration. Parallel to 150th anniversary the Educational & Trade exhibitions have been organized at regional level.

When Coffee was King?

The tale begins in the early 1820s, barely five years after the surrender of Kandy, the last surviving indigenously-ruled state in Ceylon, to the British crown. By then, the rest of the island had already been a British colony for more than a generation.




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