What is your favourite tea plantation you've visited?

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Mar 8th, '15, 11:43
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What is your favourite tea plantation you've visited?

by paul_teawitty » Mar 8th, '15, 11:43

Hi,
My partner and I are about to embark on a journey to visit the worlds tea plantations. I'd love to know which tea plantations you've visited and which was your favourite?
Kind regards
Paul

May 30th, '15, 14:58
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Re: What is your favourite tea plantation you've visited?

by TeaDizzle » May 30th, '15, 14:58

When do you intend on going? I will be in the region of taiwan/japan/china over the next few months traveling myself.

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Re: What is your favourite tea plantation you've visited?

by john.b » Oct 15th, '15, 23:13

I'll be in Indonesia in December and I was just looking for a lead about that here; any input on such places? I've only had one Indonesian tea, from PT Harendong, which must be a relatively developed producer if the tea made it out for sale in the US, where I bought it from an online source.

That tea was one of my favorite black teas I've ever tried, with an amazing character, so I'm hoping to turn up some interesting and different teas while there. Here is a link about that farm / plantation, although there isn't lots there about it, a little about a few teas:

http://www.harendong.com/

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