A black, high-mountain leaf tea from the Labookelie gardens in the Nurawa Eliya region of Sri Lanka. It is a frolicsome tea, dark but not overbearing, that evokes the sweep of the gardens that spread out under the peaks of the Samanalakande Mountains, "the mountains where butterflies go to die." Carries tart hints of currant. Perfect for afternoon tea parties or as a late morning pick-me-up.
Ceylon Adam's Peak is sold in a 100g box for $12.00.