Visiting Sri Lanka’s tea-country is a revelation: the British Raj days can be suddenly revived while staying at a Manager’s Bungalow! Tea got popular here after a Scot, James Taylor set up first tea plantation in 1867. Thomas Lipton settled for the popular brand in Haputale in 1890. The Ceylon Tea Traders Association was formed in 1894. Ceylon Tea accounts for 10% of the world’s production —- Tea of varying qualities. You are welcome to visit a Tea Factory, taste tea and experience the experiences of those who pluck the leaves….