What is the connection between environment and faith and belief? Using faith and belief as an indirect tool for conservation, Professor Jayantha Wattavidanage explains it all. He is a popular media personality and a leading conservation biologist in Sri Lanka.
Like the sounding of Magul Bera (Ceremonial Drums) to herald the auspicious start of an event, drinking a strong cup of tea energises the beginning of a great day. Listen to feelings and music generated from the soul, in this podcast with Dilmah CEO, Dilhan C. Fernando, and reputed instrumentalist, Ravibandu Vidyapathy. Warmth, energy and vitality run rampant in this conversation on Tropical Breakfast Tea, Ceylon Spice Chai, Oolong Tea and Green Tea with Natural Jasmine from Dilmah’s Inspiration Range.
A gunshot, a murder, and a little dog. A few weeks before Christmas in the year 1880, there was a gunshot at half past 7pm and a Liverpool gentleman was found murdered on Mousa Estate – caused by a series of events which involved his little dog, Lugs.
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This edition of ‘Inspired Conversations Over a Cuppa’ is a tribute to one of our favourite animals, the elephant. Chatting with us about all things elephant-related, are Dr. Jayantha Wattavidanage and Dr. Enoka Kudavidanage, two of Sri Lanka's leading conservation biologists. Join in, as they share stories from the wild, reminisce and share fascinating facts on what makes this gentle giant a true Flagship species.
The author of Tea and Your Health sits down with us on today’s segment of VIP Chat Over a Cuppa. Dr. Amarakoon is a firm advocate that wellness is a compilation of physical and mental health along with a healthy diet.
In this edition of VIP Chat over a Cuppa, we sit with Mark Blong from the sunshine coast of Australia. Mark, a café owner and the Head of Culinary Operations at two hotels in Darling Harbor, holds a particular favoritism for the Rose with French Vanilla Tea.
The Queen of Cheese herself is in the studio today! Betty Koster from the Netherlands raves about Dilmah’s Oolong Tea in this episode of VIP Chat Over a Cuppa. Talking about the difference between how people drink their tea; from how it’s presented and to how it’s paired, Betty is big on experiencing tea first hand.
Follow Robert Schinkel, mixologist extraordinaire, as he takes you on a journey to Sri Lanka’s tea country waking up with the sun. He chats about Tea being the most social drink, bringing people together and its association to strong memories. Read More