I am sometimes asked which estate the tea leaves of Dimbula, a specialty tea shop, come from. There's no reason not to answer.
It's not my intention to call it a tea shop Dimbula. There are times when I can't help but want to say it when the tea leaves are exceptionally delicious. Because I want to brag a little.
However, tea is very dependent on the weather. It's the season of delicious tea leaves, not just the ideal year of fog followed by sunshine. (I visited the tea factory in February last year.)
There are people all over the world who praise people when they are delicious (good times) and drop them when they are not.
During the good times, it was highly praised, but during the bad times, I heard that a factory in Sri Lanka was targeted and became a disaster. I was so sad and unbearable.
So from now on, I don't think I'll ever put it on the table of which tea factory it's from.
I have seen women picking tea leaves from morning to evening to make Sri Lankan tea. I was carrying a heavy basket.
I grew up drinking tea as a matter of course, but I feel grateful. And I wanted to continue working with tea from now on.
See you later (*´꒳`*)