It’s true that Ceylon tea is world renown, and Sri Lanka is the world’s top tea producer, but do all the locals partake in the tradition? The answer is a resounding yes. Whether you’re checking in at your hotel, just sitting down for dinner at a restaurant, or being invited as a guest in someone’s home, tea is likely what you’ll be offered first. But if you’re a coffee drinker, do not despair. Sri Lankans love their coffee too. Arabica and Robusta coffee beans are the two most popular used in making coffee here, which gives the coffee a deep, smooth flavor with subtle hints of dark chocolate.