Ceylon Tea was introduced by the British and it is thought that they brought the first tea plant from China in 1824. “Ceylon Tea” is known around the world as creators of high quality tea. The British identified Ceylon (now known as Sri Lanka) to be an ideal location for tea cultivation due to its climatic conditions. Tea is similar to wine, it is heavily influenced by climatic conditions of the region. The quality would depend on exposure to sunlight, winds, rainfall, altitude, moisture and the time of year that the tea leaves are plucked. This will determine its tone, quality, texture and character of the tea. Ceylon Tea falls into 03 categories: low grown (upto 2000 feet), medium grown (upto 2000-4000 feet) and high grown (over 4000 feet). Through history, time and again Sri Lanka has never failed to delight the world’s tea enthusiasts by producing the best tea money could buy.