Tea Estates

Some articles on tea, tea estates, teas, estates:

Sylhet District - Tourism
... There is a green carpet of tea plants on small hillocks ... Jaflong is also a scenic spot nearby amidst tea gardens and rate beauty of rolling stones from hills ... Sri Mangal Sri Mangal is famous for the largest tea gardens of the world covered by lush green carpet ...
Darjeeling Tea - Tea Estates
... The many tea estates (also called "tea gardens") in Darjeeling each produce teas with different characteristics in taste and aroma ... deals with the control and supervision of all tea gardens in the district of Darjeeling as per the provisions of West Bengal Estates Acquisition Act, 1953 ... All the tea gardens are leased out for a term of 30 years as per Form I, Schedule F of the WBEA Act ...
Agriculture In Uganda - Crops - Tea
... to develop some of the world's best quality tea ... in the 1970s, however, when the government expelled many owners of tea estates—mostly Asians ... Many tea farmers also reduced production as a result of warfare and economic upheaval ...
Nandi Hills, Kenya
... The scenic area is known for its tea estates, and is home to many world-renowned athletes, including Kipchoge Keino, Wilson Kipketer, Janeth Jepkosgei, Augustine Choge, Wilfred ... with the rich volcanic soils make the area ideal for growing tea ... Located near the edge of the Rift Valley, it is home to Kenya's tea plantations ...

Famous quotes containing the words estates and/or tea:

    No man, however benevolent, liberal, and wise, can use a large fortune so that it will do half as much good in the world as it would if it were divided into moderate sums and in the hands of workmen who had earned it by industry and frugality. The piling up of estates often does great and conspicuous good.... But no man does with accumulated wealth so much good as the same amount would do in many hands.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    When the tea is brought at five o’clock,
    And all the neat curtains are drawn with care,
    The little black cat with bright green eyes
    Is suddenly purring there.
    Harold Monro (1879–1932)