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“Good for short visit”

Bluefield Tea Gardens
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Reviewed 20 September 2017

I have been three tea factory's in nuwaraellia this is the worst factory, just they are trying to sell you some tea that is the main target of them so go some where else don't waste your time and money there

2  Thank Margaret C
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Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

Here we got nice experience of how tea is produced. Explanation was given point to point in a very nice way. Staff of the factory is very helpful in explaining the process of tea. Along with explanation we got a chance to taste nice cup of tea. First time I got to know that there is white tea as well along with black tea. If time permits then this tea factory is worth a visit.
We bought tea packs, our relatives liked it very much

Thank doijode
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Reviewed 16 September 2017

I went there on a day trip and the place is good to see the process that goes into making tea and also to walk around the plantation for some time.

Thank 256RGB
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Reviewed 5 September 2017

It was busy the day we went as it was the weekend. If you go on a Sunday you don't see the factory working but there is no noise of machinery. You get a free tour which is really interesting and then you are shown back to the cafe for a free cup of strong tea! The toilets are ok. The shop is quite small and a bit pricey. No pressure though. The shop at the St Clair's plantation (Mlesna Tea Castle) is way better, bigger and better staffed. Worth going to both.

1  Thank TheKidsMum2014
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Reviewed 3 September 2017

Bluefield is the first tea plantation we have ever visited. They offer a free guided tour and tea degustation. The guide shows the factory and explains everything about tea. You can also visit their shop and purchase some tea. Prices are OK.

2  Thank arpin
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