t-Radio - Tea Inspired Music

Taking the art of tea to new heights and setting new standards in the world of tea, Dilmah has today pioneered the concept of Tea Radio; an international radio channel dedicated to world’s most popular beverage – tea.

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Elvis Presley Estate Preps Orchestral Christmas LP

September 16th, 2017

Elvis Presley's estate will release another Christmas album featuring reimagined orchestral versions of the late singer's previously issued holiday tracks.

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Elvis Presley's estate will release another Christmas album featuring reimagined orchestral versions of the late singer's previously issued holiday tracks.

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Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt and more will help lead the Harvey Can't Mess With Texas benefit concert, set for September 22nd at Austin's Frank Erwin Center.

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Ancient China: The Birthplace of Tea

August 23rd, 2017
Ancient China: The Birthplace of Tea

The history of tea dates back to ancient China, almost 5,000 years ago. According to legend, in 2732 B.C. Emperor Shen Nung discovered tea when leaves from a wild tree...

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Tea Consumption

August 17th, 2017
Tea Consumption

For some cultures, having tea is just a regular part of life. In other areas of the country, tea is something that is rarely touched. Despite the variation, however, tea...

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TYPES OF TEA

August 17th, 2017
TYPES OF TEA

There are four major tea types. They are black, green, white and oolong. But they all come from one plant, Camellia sinensis. It's how the leaves are treated that...

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150 Years Of Ceylon Tea

August 7th, 2017

Ceylon Tea, that most famous brand and well-known ‘cuppa’, celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. It has been a rich and rewarding history and its importance and relevance to Sri Lanka remains very much so to this day. It has of course been a colossal journey with many peaks and troughs along the way, not dissimilar to the landscape of the tea fields of Sri Lanka.

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James Taylor

July 5th, 2017

As will be shown now, the great pioneer of tea was James Taylor, planter from 1852 to 1892, as Superintendent of Loolecondera, in Hewaheta. In one respect, James Taylor stands out as an exception to the general rule, in that he was never a proprietor. James Taylor was born at Mosspark, Monboddo, Kincardineshire, Scotland in 1835.

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Robert Tytler

April 5th, 2017

Robert Tytler, regarded as the “Father of Ceylon Planters”, was the first to cultivate cocoa (cacao) in Ceylon. Tytler had carried out extensive work on Jamaica’s coffee plantation processes in the mid-1830s, and then introduced the West Indian system of cultivation to Ceylon’s coffee plantations, with great success.

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