Tea Tourism

Learn about tea-related establishments open across the world.


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Jun 7th, '07, 20:02
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Tea Tourism

by live.the.green.dream » Jun 7th, '07, 20:02

Is there such thing as a tea tour? Can you tour tea gardens in various countries (Sri Lanka, China, etc.)? Thanks!

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Jun 11th, '07, 10:54
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by wanna-be buddha » Jun 11th, '07, 10:54

I know that Imperial Tea (www.imperialtea.com) used to do tea tours in China. Their last newsletter on the topic is from two years ago, though, so I don't know if it's still going on.

A Google search revealed this, http://www.theteahouse.com/tourpage.htm, and this,
http://www.teaexperience.com/tea_travel.htm.
There's also http://www.namastetoursindia.com/tour-p ... india.html.

Jul 15th, '07, 00:06
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india tea tours

by dippenz » Jul 15th, '07, 00:06

does anyone have any good advice on tea tours in india?

dippen at gmail dot com

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Jul 18th, '07, 16:53
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by lovintea » Jul 18th, '07, 16:53

I know janam indian tea shop does a trip to India every April. If you are interested you can contact the organizer at amy@janam(dot)com


She's really nice so don't worry about contacting her =D

and here is the site if you want more information about this place.

http://www.janamtea.com

Jul 18th, '07, 16:57
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spoke with janam

by dippenz » Jul 18th, '07, 16:57

how funny you should say - i actually have been in correspondence with amy about an india tea tour. thank you though - i appreciate the response

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