• Species: Camellia sinensis
  • Origin: Sri Lanka
  • Crop: All over the year
  • Water extract – 32 %
  • Total ash – < 8%
  • Crude fibre – < 16.5%
  • Total Polyphenols: > 9%

Green tea, also known as unoxidized tea, is made solely from the leaves of the camellia sinensis plant. The leaves are plucked, slightly withered, then immediately cooked to preserve the green quality and prevent oxidation. As a result of these methods, green teas have a much higher concentration of chlorophyll, polyphenols, and antioxidants than other tea types. The growing conditions for green tea can be broken down between two different types: sun-grown and shade-grown. The leaves are generally harvested three times a year with the first flush producing the highest quality leaves. The heating process differs greatly depending on the region and the tea maker’s techniques

Benefits of Green Tea

According to the National Institutes of Health Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, green tea may provide a boost of mental alertness, most likely due to the caffeine content of the beverage. According to a review published in 2015, there is also some evidence that it may optimize cardiovascular health, reduce blood pressure, and reduce cholesterol.

An analysis of previous studies published in 2016 found that green tea consumption was associated with a lower risk of heart disease and stroke.

Many people believe that green tea helps them to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight. However, studies have not been able to prove that green tea is an effective weight loss aid.

Available Grades of Green Tea

1Ceylon Gun Powder SpecialMany teas have names based on the plant that is grown to produce it. Others are named after the region where the tea originated. But gunpowder tea is named after the way it looks and tastes. This tea is sometimes called pearl tea or bead tea based on the shape of each tiny tea pellet. Some people also call it Chinese gunpowder tea.
2Ceylon Sencha FanningCeylon Sencha Fanning tea is a Green tea variety produced in Sri Lanka with a Japanese style method, consisting of a mildly sweet liquor. Sencha is frequently consumed warm and at all hours of the day in Japan. With moderate to low levels of caffeine. With a vibrant green colour and fresh flavour, it also makes a refreshing iced tea.
3Ceylon Young HysonA green tea for those who feel they’ve tasted all other green teas. A colloquial name for this tea is Lucky Dragon Tea. Those young buds plucked before the rainy season are considered to be particularly flavourful.

For Retail Customers

Ceylon Secret, Yakku, and Ceylon Geheiminis are our main food and spice brand names that are marketed worldwide. As well as we have enough capabilities to do private labeling according to your brand names as per your request. As well as we provide customized packings with different packing sizes, Weights, and materials as per your wish. we will provide,

  • Standard Proper labelled products as per customer request (including Bar code, Batch Number with tracking records)
  • Standard Expiry Dates and Manufacturing dates
  • Nutrition values Chart
  • Logos with USDA organic Certificate and Organic Certificate for EU

For Bulk Customers

we will provide you with EXW/FOB/ CIF prices which include,

  • USDA organic Certificate (for organic products only)
  • GMP Certificate
  • Certificate of origin country
  • Microbiological test reports issued by Sri Lanka Industrial Development Board