Highlighted Podcast of the Week

November 23rd, 2020

Tea grower and Dilmah CEO, Dilhan C. Fernando, in conversation with former Captain of Sri Lanka’s National Cricket Team, and President of the MCC, Kumar Sangakkara on success, humility and more.

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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.

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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.



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t-Radio teams up with Spanish Sous Chef, Daniel Franco, based at the Ritz Carlton in Koh Samui, Thailand. Daniel speaks admirably of the work the MJF Charitable Foundation carries out. 



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An avid enthusiast of all things wood apple and Latino music, Gregory Powell works at the elegant 5-star Gulf Hotel in Bahrain. Enjoying his time at the 70th Dilmah School of Tea, Greg comments that the knowledge sharing was exemplary, and the proceedings were carried out without a hitch.

Tune in to listen to Greg’s side of the story.



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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.

Tune in to hear Betty’s thoughts on the health benefits of Tea!

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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.

Long time tea drinkers are more likely to reduce the risk of degenerative diseases. Tune in to find out why!

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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.

 

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June 2nd, 2020

Tea, one of the oldest known drinks in human history, can be enjoyed as a pick-me-up or simply as a way to wind down after a hard day's work. With this in mind, we have dedicated June and July to Taste and Wellness. 

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