Our Estates

We produce high-quality Ceylon Tea in sixteen tea gardens located in Sri Lanka’s (Formerly Ceylon) best tea growing areas. The Dimbulla Valley in the Central Hills of Sri Lanka is home to twelve of these estates producing High Grown specialty Dimbula Teas while the remaining five estates are located on the lush planes of the South producing Low Grown leafy grades (Ruhuna Teas) that make a strong brew. In order to produce a quality tea, all the estates envisage a “quality policy” based on consistency and attention to detail as well as ethical agricultural practices.

Our estates have the following Certifications and Accreditations:

  • Rainforest Alliance Certification
  • ISO 22000:2005 Certification
  • ISO 9001:2015 Certification
  • ISO 14001:2015 Certification
  • ISO 50001:2018 Certification
  • HACCP Certification

Our cumulative capital expenditure every year reflects our commitment to key areas of development; field development, quality assurance systems, factory modernization, energy cost saving and social welfare development.

We are proud of the harmonious industrial environment on our tea gardens where human resources and industrial relations exist side by side with the company continuing to invest in skills development, health, sanitation and housing each year.

  A great cup of Ceylon tea starts in the soil.  

  High Grown  

Sri Lanka is fortunate to have widely diverse climatic conditions and the effect of these diverse conditions on Sri Lankan high grown tea production is amazing. The diversity creates high grown teas which are unique to each other in taste and character making them unmatched and possessing a taste of their own.

Depending on the altitude at which it is grown, twelve of our tea estates situated in the Nanuoya/Lindula/Talawakelle Agro Climatic District manufacture the finest high grown tea in Sri Lanka. Reputed for their exquisite flavours and aroma the teas range from light delicate and smooth to full-bodied, strong cups. In addition to the regular teas, these estates produce some of the finest Specialty teas in the country.

Nanuoya Region

Talawakelle Region

View Low Grown Estates