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    • Business for Peace

      Dilmah Founder Merrill J. Fernando was honored with the Oslo Business for Peace Award. Read more

    • Finely balanced richness, flavour, strength and aroma for the perfect tea.

    • The Single Region Selection teas embody the distinct flavours of different regions offering a myriad of flavours and characteristics.

    • The Dilmah Exceptional teas and infusions are selected for their quality, fragrance and character.

    • Teatime is Changed Forever


    Welcome to Dilmah Singapore.

    Dilmah is unique; a brand that is founded on a passionate commitment to quality and authenticity in tea, it is also a part of a philosophy that goes beyond commerce in seeing business as a matter of human service.

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    Merrill J. Fernando Innovation Awards

    #ecovation Innovation is the key to growth and to managing the humanitarian and environmental challenges we face as a nation. Sri Lanka is richly blessed with biological diversity but equally with the historical and cultural heritage, knowledge and intellectual ability. Creativity, commitment and innovation will also support a more sustainable alignment towards the development of […]


    Jun 29

    Illuminating the talents of visually impaired cricketers

    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 Ranaviru Sevena (Home for Injured Soldiers) in Ragama and Shakthi Sports Club from the isolated area of Moneragala met in a nail biting match. […]

    Jun 22

    Sir Richard Hadlee shares cricketing tips with underprivileged kids

    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. Fernando at the Dilmah head office in Peliyagoda where he was taken through the intricacies of traditional tea […]


  • Magical #Matcha 'mallows with @peterkuruvita as the #SeasonofDeliciousness kicks off at the #tLoungebyDilmah in Colombo #teatimerocks
    --18 Jul
  • 'Slow death' of tea in Britain no fault of tea https://t.co/x1shqfO0QR but tea business overcoming tea passion #teatimerocks #forloversoftea
    --28 Jun
  • The pioneer Ceylon Tea planters who made tea great would turn to coffee at news of the fate of their favourite brew https://t.co/KOl4hI3l7i
    --21 Jun
  • Honoured to have you in #SriLanka Sir Richard #Hadlee, thank you & Cricket Live for joining #MJFCF in changing lives https://t.co/bpIueMtHSj
    --18 Jun
  • 5,000 years ago #tea was prized as #medicine, and today an indulgent beverage but still a medicine... more evidence https://t.co/kWL0iVEJ44
    --18 Jun