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Is thé de ceylan vegan?

Thé de ceylan is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is thé de ceylan?

Thé de Ceylan, also known as Ceylon tea, is a black tea variety that originates from the island of Sri Lanka. Grown in the central highlands of Sri Lanka, Ceylon tea is renowned for its rich and robust flavor, with a brisk and refreshing taste that sets it apart from other black teas. Its signature amber color and floral aroma make it a popular choice for afternoon tea, but it can also be enjoyed any time of the day. Whether served hot or cold, Thé de Ceylan is a versatile ingredient that adds depth and complexity to a variety of recipes, from cakes and pastries to savory dishes and cocktails.

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