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We were greeted by a young lady who was to be our guide. She was very informative and enthusiastic. She made sure we all understood what she was saying even though she spoke perfect English. We certainly learnt a lot about the growing of and...More
We had a full tour of the factory with fascinating explanations of all of the processes. An invitation was extended to visit the tea plantations. We enjoyed a delicious cup of black tea and were more than happy to buy some from the shop upstairs....More
I came here as part of a private tour around Kandy.
The factory tour is free. The tour guide enthusiastic and knowledgeable. This is a working tea factory and has been for over 100 years - some of the equipment is quite old and still...More
This factory is also called Geragama Tea factory, and is just off the Kandy to Colombo road.
We have been life time tea drinkers, and were surprised at how involved the manufacturing process is. Not simply drying out the leaves as the school teaching would...More
Really enjoyed the tour here, the factory was small and very friendly and we learned a lot about the process of how tea is made! Great if you’ve ever wondered how types of tea differ in the leaves used and the manufacturing process, and the...More
This tea factory is a bit old . We were welcomed by tea Hostess who will later tell us about the various types of teas. From picking of tea to tasting and buying. Most of the work is still done manually and the machines are...More
This tea factory close to Kandy (less than one hour's drive away) offers a free tour. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly. There are a lot of steep stairs as the factory is located on the side of the hill. This is not part...More
This is a working factory, so you see the whole process in action. We were taken round by a young woman who was enthusiastic, knowledgeable and friendly. Talked us through the whole process, from leaf to cup. Then a cup of tea and a chance...More