Ceylon black tea, grown in "high grown" plantations, ie, located between 1600 and 2000 meters above sea level. Highgrown of Ceylon are appreciated throughout the world for the intense aroma and for the full body of the infusions. The classic English taste tea. The name Orange pekoe is a term introduced by Dutch quality, Orange to honor the royal family Orange-Nassau, Pekoe is the transliteration from Chinese Pak-ho, a term used to refer to white downy covering the apical buds of tea. Grand Jardin has plenty of white, fine buds and beautiful tiny black leaves.