Amba Ceylon

Karma Tea Co.

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    • Order placed
    • 21st May
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    • 22nd May
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    • Standard delivery
    • 24th - 28th May
Description

TASTING NOTES: Dark cocoa, citrus, toffee

Amba Ceylon is a rare black tea produced by the Amba Tea Estate, an organic tea garden located in the renowned tea-growing region of Uva in the eastern highlands of Sri Lanka. Only a small batch of this hand-rolled tea is produced each year. It makes a breakfast tea like no other with notes of chocolate, citrus and dried fruit.

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Contains 40g

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Karma Tea Co.

camden, London

Karma Tea Co. was born in 2019 in London, UK with our founder Alison. A tea lover with a dream of making it easier for people to drink good tea, while doing good for themselves, others and the planet. Inspired by the Sanskrit कमर्म word karma, meaning “action”, we believe that what you put out in terms of your actions—good and bad—comes back to you, which is why we exist to make tea good with our range of speciality, loose whole leaf teas. Existing in an industry where the local environment and communities are routinely sacrificed for profit, with unsustainable and unethical practices, at Karma Tea Co. we believe in order to be good, you have to do good. Today, this karmic philosophy is the life force that continues to drive everything we do, from how we source our teas, to how we work with growers and the packaging we use.