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All-time record prices achieved by Lanka Commodity Brokers at Colombo Tea Auctions


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Harangalla Estate 

At this week’s tea auction held on 2 October, an invoice of PEK from Harangalla Estate, Kataboola secured an All Time Colombo Tea Auction Record price of Rs. 860 per kg in the Western Medium Category. This tea was purchased by M/S. George Steuart Teas Ltd. and was sold through the catalogue of M/S. Lanka Commodity Brokers Ltd.

Harangalla Estate produces quality Western Medium teas and is now among the best-established mark in the region. The Estate is managed by Asoklal Biyanwila Resident Director and Ranjan Walpola-Managing Director.

Halpewatte Uva

At this week’s Tea Auction held on 2 October, an invoice of BOPSP from Halpewatte Uva Estate Hela Halpe, Bandarawela secured an All Time Colombo Tea Auction Record price of Rs. 840 per kg in the Uva Medium Category. This tea was purchased by M/S.Unilever Lipton Ceylon Ltd. and was sold through the catalogue of M/S. Lanka Commodity Brokers Ltd.

Halpewatte Uva Estate produces quality Uva Medium teas and is now among the best-established mark in the region. The Estate is managed by Chairman A.P.D. Abeyratne.

Dartry Valley Estate 

At this week’s Tea Auction held on 2 October, two lines of PEK grades from Dartry Valley Estate, Gampola secured an All Time Colombo Tea Auction Record price of Rs. 860 per kg in the Western Medium Category. These teas were purchased by M/S. George Steuart Teas Ltd. and was sold through the catalogue of M/S. Lanka Commodity Brokers Ltd.

Dartry Valley Estate produces quality Western Medium teas and is now among the best-established mark in the region. The Estate is managed by Ranjan Walpola – Managing Director and  Thanura Pannapitiya – Director.

Sithaka

At this week’s Tea Auction held on 02nd October, 2017 an invoice of BOPSP from Avissawella Tea Factory selling under the Sithaka Mark secured an All Time Colombo Tea Auction Record price of Rs. 910 per kg in the Low Grown Category. This tea was purchased by M/S. Mabroc Teas  Ltd. and was sold through the catalogue of M/S. Lanka Commodity Brokers Ltd.

Avissawella Tea Factory produces quality Low Grown teas and is now among the best-established mark in the region. The Estate is owned by Lalith Liyanage.


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