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    June 29, 2016
    The Dilmah Blind Cricket Tournament finals was a true celebration of sportsmanship and teamwork among the visually impaired through the game of cricket. The two evenly matched teams Ranaviru of the Ra...
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    June 22, 2016
    Kiwi cricket legend Sir Richard Hadlee was on a flying visit to Sri Lanka on Friday, June 17th. He was here in his capacity as Patron of the Cricket Live Foundation. He met with Founder Merrill J. Fer...
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    June 9, 2016
    Dilmah ‘s School of Tea received a World Association of Chefs ‘ Societies (WACS) recognized culinary education institution at the 43rd School of Tea held recently. WACS is a World Chef ...
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    June 6, 2016
    In the land of Ceylon tea, Sri Lanka, Merrill J. Fernando takes a humble approach to cultivating and selling his herbal product. The 86-year-old founder and chairman of MJF Group has built a successfu...
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    The roots of Sri Lanka’s tea industry began, oddly with coffee. It was the 1870s and a disease known as “coffee rust” was gradually wiping out all the country’s coffee plantati...
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    March 10, 2016
    Poland is gearing up for Dilmah Real High Tea Challenge, and with culinary traditions stemming from the Middle-Ages, largely influenced by religion which are still prevalent today, the competition is...
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    February 27, 2016
    The Dilmah Summer Lawn and Crown Golden Ale Bar were a great success as families and friends came over to kick back and relax on the Dilmah Summer Lawn. The weather was perfect and the location pictur...
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    February 25, 2016
    The result of a fleeting climatic phenomenon where wind, sunshine and the terroir of the land join hands to produce conditions that are conducive for this creation process, Seasonal Flush teas are ext...
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    February 24, 2016
    Dilmah will be commissioning its second solar power plant to expand its reliance on renewable energy, moving another step closer toward its goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2017. It will be one of t...
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    February 20, 2016
    By Kaysha Brownlie The fine china was on the table and the parasols were out, walking into the white marquee on Napier’s Marine Parade truly was like stepping into a 1930s tea party. About a 200...
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