Imashi Tea

Taste of Sri Lanka

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Imashi Tea

Taste of Sri Lanka

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Imashi Tea

Taste of Sri Lanka

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Imashi Tea

Taste of Sri Lanka

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TEA OF HEALTH & BEAUTY Sip of Rich Flavors

Imashi Tea from Sri Lankan select garden we invite you to explore the rich flavours of the country with the authentic taste through our style and passion for Tea. As we share our Tea proudly not just a delicuos sip by whcih we welcome you to experience the health benefits as Bioactive compunds and natural antioxidants improves skin with ant-aging and prevents and resolves brain to cardiovascular disorders Imashi presents absolute delicious Tea yet firmly beholding Sri lankan uniqueness and traditional medical side..

Black Tea

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Rich flavour with perfection in its intensity..



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Green Tea

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Comes from Camellia sinensis leaves and buds which have not undergone the same withering.

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Herbal Tea

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The healing goodness of herbs with its tranditional medical effects comes along with great taste.

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flavoured Tea

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Most flavours come from Natural Identical agents to apply an extract.


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About Us

Srian exports since 2004 internationally with promoting brand IMASHI introducing PURE CEYLON TEA the world.

We are at srian exports handling by super expertise in tea and coffee trade local and the global markets Do specially in value added trade tea and coffee spread black ,row, health ,herbal ,green and organic There after our company concern about selecting highest core product to our client very carefully to match consumer expectations .

Same way completing each product high tech quality control systems and packing process to control high quality of our product tasting , packing and blending carried out by team of highly trained and top experienced professionals with maintaining international standards. Today having gained 15 years of local and international outcome and indentify present people needs with developing more product to global market.

  • 100% Natural

  • Genuine Ceylon Tea

  • Quality Product

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We are at Srian exports handling by expertise in tea and coffee trade local and the global markets handling specially in value added trade tea and coffee spread black ,row, health ,herbal ,green and organic.

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  • Coffee

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Why Tea is so Healthy?

Tea is rich in health benefits. Here's whya a cup or two can be good for you. In all seasons Tea a tasty beverage since it is served as hot or cold. Benefits go way beyond refreshment there is plenty of research support that tea can actually improve your health from direct benefits on Skin, brain and cardiovascular are amost the many.

  • Tea may reduce your risk of Heart Attack and Stroke
  • Tea may help with Weight loss.
  • Tea may Boost the immune system.
  • Tea may help to Protect your Bones.
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Ceylon Tea Industry

Just drinking a few cups of tea and buying a couple of tea items on your visit to Sri Lanka, is really not the best way to get to know about this aspect of Ceylon. What you truly have to do to understand Sri Lankan Tea is to walk those estate paths and experience it for yourself.

Ceylon Tea History

Ceylon tea industry is of vital importance to her economy two- thirds of foreign exchange earnings and a large slice of governments revenue are derived from this industry The Chinese have used tea as a beverage for over a thousand years and our own knowledge of tea manufacture is traced to china. The original habitat of the tea plant is the subject of controversy on account of the wide geographical distribution of the plant and the diversity of types in which it is found . Tea plant is known by various names after the botanists who discovered the different species tea was originally named “ camellia thea “ and “thea sinensis” In china go as “thea bohea” in india or assam variety called “thea viridis” or “thea assamica”

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How is Tea Processed?

First it is ‘Plucked’. This involves taking only the upper foliage of a branch. The general method is the top two leaves and the bud. The raw leaves are then ‘Weighed’ as there is required benchmark for plucking. ext the withered leaves are ‘Rolled’, mechanical process where the tea cells are ruptured and the enzymes released. Next the broken leaves are spread out in the ‘Aeration’ process to bring the enzymes into contact with the air. The time the leaves are exposed is dependent on what product is desired. The final steps are ‘Bulk Packing’ and ‘Tea Bag’ packing.

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Ceylon Tea – The Growth of Commercial Production Timeline

1880 to 1888 – Tea production increases dramatically, the area quickly exceeding the area of coffee plantations. Many famed British figures buy coffee plantations and convert to tea. The tea processing technology rapidly develops with the first tea rolling machine by John Walker and Co in 1880. 1884 – The first public Colombo Auction is held in the premises of Messrs Somerville and Company Limited. 1893 – 1 million tea packets are sold in the Chicago World’s fair. At the London Tea Auctions the tea nets a record price of £36.15 per pound. 1894 – The Ceylon Tea Traders Association is formed.

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