Stassen Tea

The Artisans of Perfect Teas 

Stassen is synonymous with the finest Ceylon teas. With several prestigious tea estates under our stewardship, we export our products to over 80 countries across five continents. Internationally acclaimed and celebrated for developing the world’s first-ever internationally certified Organic Tea Garden in 1987, we have access to some of the world’s most authentic and pure teas. Over the years our teas have been consistent winners renowned for superior quality.

Plantations
  • Madulsima Plantations PLC

    Producing unique seasonal flavours, Madulsima is a pace-setter in the plantation industry. Comprising 12 estates with over 5,505 ha of land, the estates include the most distinguished and noteworthy Kirkoswald - a picturesque tea estate located in the Dimbulla/Bogawantalawa region, producing prize-winning black teas with bright liquors consistently sought after by the world’s tea connoisseurs. Other noteworthy estates situated in the Bogawantalawa and Uva regions include the lush Kew, Theresia, El-Teb and Mahadowa tea estates.

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  • Balangoda Plantations PLC

    Achieving excellence in the cultivation and processing of tea and rubber, Balangoda Plantations PLC owns 22 Estates, consisting of over 9,000 ha and is highly regarded for its fine quality tea and strong rubber grades. Spread out across the renowned Uva and Sabaragamuwa tea producing regions lie prestigious tea estates such as Pettiagalla, Gowerakelle, Cecilton and Wewesse, each with a rich and distinct tea history. 

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Processing & Packaging
  • Modern Tea-Bagging Facility

    Stassen’s mechanical tea-bagging operation was initiated in 1981. Today, it is fully-equipped with the latest technology delivering all our international quality, modern and innovative tea packaging solutions. As a private label packer with reputed clients across the USA, Japan and Europe, we take pride in specifically catering to our clients’ requirements. With an array of specialty packaging and elegant private label gift pack options, tea can also be presented in String and Tag tea bags, Paper Enveloped or Foil Enveloped tea bags (with or without staple), Pyramid tea bags and Pot tea bags in retail packs of 10, 20, 25, 50, 100 tea bags and catering packs of 500 and 1000 tea bags.

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  • State-Of-The-Art Green Tea Factory

    Stassen pioneered the commercially viable production of green tea in Sri Lanka in 1982. Today, the Gowerakelle tea estate houses our innovative, state-of-the-art green tea processing factory. Located in the world-famous Uva tea-growing region, the Gowerakelle green tea factory is situated at an elevation of 1280m and engages in the production of superior quality green tea. Gowerakelle green tea is processed either by way of the traditional Chinese method of panning or the traditional Japanese method of steaming.

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Fairtrade Certified Tea
  • Fairtrade Certified Tea

    Stassen remains deeply committed to ensuring the welfare of our plantation employees. Classified as Uva High at an elevation of 1800m, the celebrated Idulgashinna Bio Tea Garden located in Haputale of the Uva Province, supports ongoing community well-being and development programmes through the Bio Tea Project instituted in 1992. Stassen Natural Foods (Pvt) Ltd (Idulgashinna Bio Tea Garden) is Fairtrade certified by FLO-CERT GmbH. The Idulgashinna Bio Tea Garden produces a range of organic black tea, organic green tea, organic flavoured tea, and organic handmade designer tea, renowned for their refined quality.   Four popular varieties of Stassen Premium Selection teas (as pictured) also carry the FAIRTRADE Certification Mark.

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Organic Certifications

Plantations

  • Madulsima Plantations PLC

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    Producing unique seasonal flavours, Madulsima is a pace-setter in the plantation industry. Comprising 12 estates with over 5,505 ha of land, the estates include the most distinguished and noteworthy Kirkoswald - a picturesque tea estate located in the Dimbulla/Bogawantalawa region, producing prize-winning black teas with bright liquors consistently sought after by the world’s tea connoisseurs. Other noteworthy estates situated in the Bogawantalawa and Uva regions include the lush Kew, Theresia, El-Teb and Mahadowa tea estates.

  • Balangoda Plantations PLC

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    Achieving excellence in the cultivation and processing of tea and rubber, Balangoda Plantations PLC owns 22 Estates, consisting of over 9,000 ha and is highly regarded for its fine quality tea and strong rubber grades. Spread out across the renowned Uva and Sabaragamuwa tea producing regions lie prestigious tea estates such as Pettiagalla, Gowerakelle, Cecilton and Wewesse, each with a rich and distinct tea history. 

Processing & Packaging

  • Modern Tea-Bagging Facility

    Read more

    Stassen’s mechanical tea-bagging operation was initiated in 1981. Today, it is fully-equipped with the latest technology delivering all our international quality, modern and innovative tea packaging solutions. As a private label packer with reputed clients across the USA, Japan and Europe, we take pride in specifically catering to our clients’ requirements. With an array of specialty packaging and elegant private label gift pack options, tea can also be presented in String and Tag tea bags, Paper Enveloped or Foil Enveloped tea bags (with or without staple), Pyramid tea bags and Pot tea bags in retail packs of 10, 20, 25, 50, 100 tea bags and catering packs of 500 and 1000 tea bags.

  • State-Of-The-Art Green Tea Factory

    Read more

    Stassen pioneered the commercially viable production of green tea in Sri Lanka in 1982. Today, the Gowerakelle tea estate houses our innovative, state-of-the-art green tea processing factory. Located in the world-famous Uva tea-growing region, the Gowerakelle green tea factory is situated at an elevation of 1280m and engages in the production of superior quality green tea. Gowerakelle green tea is processed either by way of the traditional Chinese method of panning or the traditional Japanese method of steaming.

Fairtrade Certified Tea

  • Fairtrade Certified Tea

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    Stassen remains deeply committed to ensuring the welfare of our plantation employees. Classified as Uva High at an elevation of 1800m, the celebrated Idulgashinna Bio Tea Garden located in Haputale of the Uva Province, supports ongoing community well-being and development programmes through the Bio Tea Project instituted in 1992. Stassen Natural Foods (Pvt) Ltd (Idulgashinna Bio Tea Garden) is Fairtrade certified by FLO-CERT GmbH. The Idulgashinna Bio Tea Garden produces a range of organic black tea, organic green tea, organic flavoured tea, and organic handmade designer tea, renowned for their refined quality.   Four popular varieties of Stassen Premium Selection teas (as pictured) also carry the FAIRTRADE Certification Mark.

Organic Certifications

  • Kirkoswald Single Estate Tea

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  • Stassen Tea Caddy Collection

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  • Fairtrade Certified Tea

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  • Stassen Premium Selection

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  • Stassen Pure Ceylon Black Tea

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  • Stassen Liquid Gold

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  • Stassen Pure Ceylon Black Tea (Big Leaf)

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  • Stassen Premium Quality

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  • Stassen English Breakfast Tea

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  • Stassen Flavoured Black Tea

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  • Stassen Earl Grey Tea

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  • Stassen Pure Ceylon Green Tea (Big Leaf)

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  • Stassen Pure Green Tea

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  • Stassen Pure Ceylon Lemon Green Tea

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  • Stassen Jasmine Green Tea

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  • Stassen Organic Black Tea

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  • Stassen Organic Green Tea

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  • Stassen Organic Earl Grey Tea

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  • Stassen Other Origin Tea - Darjeeling

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  • Stassen Other Origin Tea - Assam

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  • Stassen Herbal Infusions - Camomile

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  • Stassen Herbal Infusions - Peppermint

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  • Stassen Herbal Infusions - Hibiscus and Liquorice

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  • Stassen Decaffeinated Tea

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  • Stassen Ready-to-Drink Iced Tea

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