tea

Tea

Since the introduction of tea to Sri Lanka by the Scotsman James Taylor in 1867 the cultivation developed from the pioneering heterogeneous seedling varieties to the more popular vegetative propagated cultivars that had the distinct characteristics to add value to the beverage. Watawala has since being maintaining a healthy balance in its tea gardens detailed out here below in ensuring that its produce attracts the more quality conscious and discerning customers.

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palm-oil

Palm Oil

Oil palm is a unique tree with higher economic value. It is a perennial plant belonging to family Palmae and sub family Cocoideae. It is scientifically named as Elaeis guineensis. Oil palm covers 2% of total cultivated lands in the world. 22% of the world’s total oil requirement is fulfilled by oil palm and it is the most widely produced edible oil in the world. . Palm oil is an edible product derived from the oil palm fruit. Palm oil is produced by many developing countries involved in this industry to get rid of poverty.

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Tribe

TRIBE brings to you the heritage of an exceptional spice of which tales of enchantment and natural healing have dominated conversations of rulers and regular folk alike. Ceylon Cinnamon or True Cinnamon (Cinnamomum Zeylanicum) has been the epicenter of trade and foreign rule in ancient Ceylon. The exceptional hands and the artful skills of a unique tribe predominantly scattered in the southern part of the island nation, now Sri Lanka is the pride of this exceptional spice. After centuries of foreign rule, this tribe the true custodians of the Queen spice continue to date disseminating the skills of their forefathers and contributing to the vitality of the industry and economy of our country.

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