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Established in 2009, CEYEM Commodities (Pvt) Ltd is the brainchild of Mr. Chrisantha Perera; a tea and commodities trader with over 25 years; experience serving a diverse and global clientele. Today, CEYEM Commodities features its own blending and warehouse operation that sources and presents to market 100% Pure Ceylon Teas.
Currently, CEYEM Commodities (Pvt) Ltd have exported to West Africa, Europe, Russia, North America and the Middle East. Testament to the success and enviable reputation of CEYEM is its philosophy that stresses the paramount importance of acknowledging the personal relationships it has with its partners, staff, customers and stakeholders.
The resident CEYEM Commodities tasters ensure that each batch of their tea reflects the glorious grandeur of a bygone era, which presented Pure Ceylon Teas to the world; a story brewing for 142 years and counting.
We take packing under customers' brands (especially private label packs for large supermarket chains) from bulk to customized pack sizes, flavored tea packs, tea bags, metal canisters, gift teas, etc. The possibilities are endless and our recent acquisition of the latest tea bagging machinery means that Ceyem is uniquely equipped to cater to almost any requirement.
You will enjoy stress free shipping for International delivery. The shipping charges are varies, based on the weight of your parcel and the country of delivery. Estimated shipping time too will be mentioned based on the destination at the checkout. Once your order has been successfully placed, you will receive a confirmation email.
Tea tasting is the process in which a trained taster determines the quality of a particular tea. Due to climatic conditions, topography, manufacturing process, and different clones of the Camellia sinensis plant (tea), the final product may have vastly differing flavors and appearance. These differences can be tasted by a trained taster in order to ascertain the quality prior to sale or possibly blending tea.
A tea taster uses a large spoon and noisily slurps the liquid into his/her mouth - this ensures that both the tea and plenty of oxygen is passed over all the taste receptors on the tongue to give an even taste profile of the tea. The liquid is then usually spat back out into a spitoon before moving onto the next sample to taste. The flavor characteristics and indeed leaf color, size and shape are graded using a specific language created by the tea industry to explain the overall quality.