Tasting Note & Distinctive Features
Spanning 460 hectares, Somerset is in the famous Dimbula Valley known for its iconic teas. Reflecting the cool and moist climate of the Talawakelle District, this Somerset Estate Uda Watte is bright, with medium body and a presence that makes it the ideal introduction to the collection of Watte Single Estate Teas.
Pekoe Grade, altitude 4600 feet. A High Grown estate of 460 hectares, Somerset is in the famous Dimbula Valley on the Western slopes of Sri Lanka’s Tea Country. Tea was first planted here in the 1870s after the flourishing coffee industry was destroyed by a leaf blight.
|What are the super ingredients||❦ Black Tea|
|What is inside||☑ 20 Bags per pack ☑ 20 Servings per pack|
|How to drink||☕ Place a Tea bag in a cup of 95˚C –100˚C 220ml of water per person and leave for 3-5 minutes .Press the tea bag with a spoon to get the goodness and the flavor in full.Add sugar if desired. ☕ Serve with: Best Taken Straight. ☕ Accompaniment: Cheddar Cheese, Marzipan, Ribbon Cake, Szechuan Chicken|