CEYLON TEA CLUB
Book in advance for Afternoon tea
Cammies actively involved in tracing the history and roots connecting the Tea Trails between Scotland and the far east. One may savour a splendid brew of hot Ceylon Tea, not aware that the very man who introduced tea to the Island Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) was non other than fellow Scotsman, a few miles south of Cammies, from Auchenblae, Laurencekirk, the much-respected Mr. JAMES TAYLOR in 1867.
James Taylor was not only instrumental and pioneered the introduction of Tea to Ceylon, but gave the entire nation an identity as Ceylon Tea, which continues to be the produce that is savored by most around the world.
Serves the cup of your choice, including sweet treats on offer
We grow our own handpicked tea and maintain the purity of origin as unblended Ceylon tea. As tea growers, we also pack our teas fresh and at source. This is a key benefit since fresh tea is richer both in flavour and antioxidant goodness.
all steps in the processing are done by hand, usually in small batches
Sorting the leaves by grade, spreading out to wither, drying and pressing the leaves in a wok over a fire, hand-rolling the leaves.