Due to a lot of knowledge and experience about the product knowledge and quality tea since 1981 in connection with the cultivation of tea We are proud to mention that our company My Petal able to export quality and very tasty tea. We have taken this institution to the people across the world with quality using twin embody the tea produced in Sri Lanka Institute My Petal Tea vast universe of the most delicious tea.
Although it is a relatively new arrival among the export statistics, the history of green tea in Sri Lanka stretches back to the very first experiments in tea cultivation and manufacture made on the island. Though sometimes attributed to Sir Anthony Oliphant, a former Chief Justice of Ceylon, the credit for undertaking these experiments is generally agreed to go to Maurice Worms, a member of the great Rothschild financial dynasty, who planted some China seedlings on his estates in Pussallewa and Ramboda in 1842. This was in the middle of the Ceylon coffee boom, so it is clear that Worms was merely trying out a new hobby.