This classic Ceylon Tea has that extraordinary and amazing colour and power that makes it fairly strong, and sharp-tasting with tremendous character. You can use the BOPF (Broken Orange Pekoe Fanning) tea as a breath-taking breakfast tea. It is grown in the high altitude parts of Ceylon’s tea country, about 5,000 feet directly above the sea level. A traditionalist would love to have this tea without sugar or milk. However, we would recommend you to relish it with a trace of fresh milk and sugar (to taste) if your penchant is new to the fresh Ceylon Tea. The high grown Ceylon BOPF tea would turn out to be the reddish bright and sharp-tasting liquor in your morning or evening cup.