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Triton Hills OP reached record levels


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At the Colombo Tea Auction conducted on 3 April, a line of Triton Hills Orange Pekoe (OP) in the Low Grown category sold at an all-time record price of Rs. 1,010 per Kilo. 

This tea was purchased by the leading tea exporter of Ceylon tea, Akbar Brothers Limited, and successfully marketed by Asia Siyaka Commodities PLC.

Triton Hills Tea factory is owned and managed by Davora Ltd, under the guidance of Dr. Nishantha Nanayakkara.  This factory is situated at Bopagoda, Akuressa in Matara District. Davora Group currently comprises of eight factories in the Ruhuna and Sabaragamuwa regions. They produce around 4 million kg of Fine Orthodox Black Teas annually.


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