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ROYAL TOUCH Ceylon Tea (Pvt) Limited was initiated with the objective of taking Pure Ceylon Tea in its single origin form to the world. Today the company managed by tea professionals with years of experience in the industry, exports these single origin teas to many worldwide destinations where the popularity of the beverage is growing rapidly.

ROYAL TOUCH Ceylon Tea comes from some of the finest tea plantations in Ceylon and is renowned for its goodness, freshness and purity that promise a superior taste and plenty of natural goodness. These teas are grown in the popular tea growing regions of Sri Lanka, situated at elevations between 600m and 1200m above sea level where the tea is nourished by remarkable wind patterns and cold climatic conditions. These handpicked teas which consist mainly of the two tender leaves and bud are processed in modern factories under stringent quality standards and packed within the shortest time so as to retain the freshness and goodness of the tea.

ROYAL TOUCH specializes in producing value added teas; be it Black, Green, Flavoured teas or specialty teas such as Silver and Golden tips, in tea bags, loose-leaf, special blends and single estate teas as per customer requirements. It is also possible to customize orders or produce private label brands.

Every sip of ROYAL TOUCH tea comes with the assurance that it is “Pure Ceylon” and “Single Origin” fresh from the plantation to your cup.

ROYAL TOUCH… Taste the difference! Enjoy a cup of real tea!!

PURE CEYLON TEA - SINCE 1840

Pure Ceylon Tea is known as the finest tea in the world and has proven itself to be so for the last 100 years or more. The name Ceylon is now a generic term for tea and has positioned itself as a superior beverage that surpasses all other teas. Tea was first grown in Ceylon (now known as Sri Lanka) in 1840 by Scotsman James Taylor in his own plantation in Kandy, now a popular tea growing region. Even today the same tea practices are carried out so as to ensure the 100 year tradition of making tea the ‘good old way’ remains intact. This has given Ceylon tea a big advantage over mechanically picked and processed teas that tend to lose its freshness and goodness in the mechanical process.