In Sri Lanka, lemongrass is known as sera and it is used as a herb in cooking, in addition to its use for the essential oils. The dried leaves can also be brewed into a tea, either alone or as a flavoring in other teas, imparting a flavor reminiscent of lemon juice but with a mild sweetness without significant sourness or tartness. Lemongrass is grown in marginal tea lands in Morawaka and our Organic and fair-trade farmers are growing this as a soil retainer in slopy lands.

Ahinsa Tea

For several decades, we have exerted great efforts to produce labor and nature friendly tea in Sri Lanka. The dream became a reality when Ahinsa Tea was originally produced in 1999 in a small tea estate, namely the Nilmini Estates in the southern part of Sri Lanka.


Nilmini Estates (Pvt) Ltd, Ihala Millawa, Morawaka, Sri Lanka
Phone: +94 77 317 3549

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