A complex combination of flavours. Nutmeg’s nutty sweetness is contrasted by Ceylon pepper, which in turn activates the very herbal turmeric root, finishing with the woody, sweetness of Ceylon cinnamon and the liquorice-like piquancy of star anise.

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Youth in a cup

Arana Youth originates from the work of Ayurvedic physicians. The Ayurvedic view is an age-old wisdom rooted in the natural healing powers of plants, even if not all aspects are universally scientifically confirmed.

This infusion is packed with antioxidants from our black Ceylon tea and thoughtfully chosen herbs and spices, creating a comprehensive blend of wellness benefits. Ceylon cinnamon has anti-inflammatory properties, moringa provides relief from insomnia, turmeric can help relieve pain, star anise promotes bone health, black pepper and nutmeg help digestion, and ginger is a mental stimulant.

Arana Youth comes in a pack of 20 biodegradable tagless teabags (not individually wrapped).

Protecting the Forest in Sri Lanka

The word ‘Arana’ means forest in Sinhala. Arana is at the heart of this Ayurveda recipe, combining the natural goodness of Ceylon tea with the goodness of herbs, roots and spices from our forests.

Sri Lanka’s forests are our nature’s Ayurvedic pharmacy. The herbs, roots and spices used in this Youth Arana tea are harvested by artisans in our forests. Each natural ingredient is carefully selected by ayurvedic physicians and produced under their expert supervision.

At Dilmah we care about protecting and fostering biodiversity, and through Dilmah Conservation we carry on different initiatives in this regard. For example, Dilmah Conservation's Endana Nature Corridor project in Sabaragamuwa Province restores and connects two isolated forest patches to boost genetic diversity by enabling flora and fauna migration between the reserves.

How to make a perfect brew

  1. Bring the water to a boil
  2. Use 220ml of water per tea bag
  3. Steep for 3-5 minutes, and enjoy your tea

Storage advice

Keep the tea stored in a cool, dark place. It is important when storing it to keep it away from warmth. Refrigerate if possible.


Ceylon Black tea with Cinnamon bark (25%), Moringa leaves (25%), Turmeric root (25%), Black Pepper corn (5%), Ginger root (5%), Nutmeg (5%) and Star Anise (3%). Packed in Sri Lanka from local and imported ingredients.