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Typical Tea Country Roads...

Typical Tea Country Roads...

The 9 miles one lane climb from  Haputale to the Lipton’s viewpoint at  6’463ft. altitude is a beautiful adventure .....

The 9 miles one lane climb from Haputale to the Lipton’s viewpoint at 6’463ft. altitude is a beautiful adventure .....

Ceylon — Altitude where tea is grown varies from sea level to about 2,000 meters. These changes affect climate conditions, which affect tea taste. The teas are therefore classified into three growth zones:    Low (sea level to 600 meters)  Medium (600-1200 meters)  High (1200meters and above)

Ceylon — Altitude where tea is grown varies from sea level to about 2,000 meters. These changes affect climate conditions, which affect tea taste. The teas are therefore classified into three growth zones: Low (sea level to 600 meters) Medium (600-1200 meters) High (1200meters and above)

Darjeeling — The terrain is hilly and has several rivers running through it. The climate is often described as close to the climate in the United Kingdom in terms of rainfall, temperature, and humidity. It is also quite suitable for growing tea. There are 87 gardens/estates in active production, cranking out 9 to 10 million kilograms every year. The growing season is March through November. Harvest times are “Spring” (March, April), “Summer” (May to mid-July), “Monsoon” (mid-July to…

Darjeeling — The terrain is hilly and has several rivers running through it. The climate is often described as close to the climate in the United Kingdom in terms of rainfall, temperature, and humidity. It is also quite suitable for growing tea. There are 87 gardens/estates in active production, cranking out 9 to 10 million kilograms every year. The growing season is March through November. Harvest times are “Spring” (March, April), “Summer” (May to mid-July), “Monsoon” (mid-July to…


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