Often spelt a number of ways: Idalgashinna, Iddalgashinne, Idulgashinna, and Idalgalshinne are common variations, but the tea is the same beautiful green tea. From the Southern Uva area. The land is community owned and the fields rise to over 6000 ft into the high peaks. A light, clear, apricot coloured liquor, exceptionally bright with a hint of greeness to the leaf, with a fresh peaty aroma & flavour, also described by some palates as a lightly spiced, malty flavour. A highly popular, superb quality green tea.
It has a slight mandarin orange flavour on brewing. It is best consumed without the addition of milk.
Bronze medal winner at the Guild of Fine Food Retailers Great Taste Awards 2000 in London.
We recommend using half a teaspoon per cup and brewing at 90C (194F) for 1-3 minutes