Dilmah Tea


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Dilmah Tea

Postby Fuut » Jan 10th, '14, 10:27

Hi there,

Anyone else heard about this brand of tea? I have bought several packages of their pure green tea and one of their Moroccan mint (bagged per 1 cup), though its not the typical Japanese matcha or green leaves I'm rather positive about it.

Based in Sri Lanka if I'm not mistaken, anyone else here that has positive experiences with tea from this small island?

Personally I have some bad memories of the place itself and someone that came from there, but their tea seems top notch.
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Re: Dilmah Tea

Postby ethan » Jan 10th, '14, 12:08

For drinking w/ milk I used to buy Dilmah's black tea (when in Thailand). It was better than many known brands (Lipton's etc.). Of course, green tea from Sri Lanka is different than green tea from Japan.
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Re: Dilmah Tea

Postby Fuut » Jan 18th, '14, 06:36

Yes yes clearly. However tea is tea, regardless of origin:)

I haven't seen their black tea variant. Personally the green tea bags are really nice and as soon as i'll see more versions i'll try those too.
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Re: Dilmah Tea

Postby ClarG » Jan 18th, '14, 12:57

I've just had the Moroccan mint and Green tea with ginger for their green teas, and their Earl grey for their black tea which I did not put milk into. It's not bad if it's on sale at a supermarket or local store.
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