Ceylon tea is a broad range tea that can be sold as a black, white or green tea. This style was sourced from China, but is more commonly associated with Sri Lanka (formerly known as Ceylon) as it was developed and is now grown commercially there. It is refreshing and crisp in flavor, and can be infused with dried fruit such as apricot or mango. The black tea is most common, and it is often used in blends such as English Breakfast and Earl Grey. Sri Lankan Ceylon Silver Tips is considered the champagne of black tea and is heavily regulated within the country and beyond in its exports around the world.