Indian Tea Tour...Lunch at Junpana Tea Plantation/Tea Plantation~~~~~~~ Last night, I came back from two days in Hiroshima. Everyone in Hiroshima, thank you very much for your kind words! ～～～～～～ This is the end of the photo report of India, Assam-Darjeeling tour. Thank you very much for participating in the tour and coming to Sunday Tea Time. . Also, let's take a tea trip together~ The final destination is Darjeeling's Jungpana Tea Estate. Among the many tea gardens, this is the only one that I have been watching for over ten years. It's not the tea plantation, but the factory manager Mr. Mudogal, the tea pickers, the factory workers, and the owner, Mr. Shantinu. This time, Mr. Shantine came to the hotel for dinner, and the words he said to everyone left an impression on me. It is not me but the staff who are working that are able to produce the best quality in the world. I live in Delhi, but for the 1st, 2nd, and Autumnal teas, I stay at the factory for a month, sometimes three months. . It's cold, and there are centipedes, scorpions, and pests in early summer. But I'm with you! Tea leaves are created by nature, but the taste, aroma and light color are the power of people. This year, Second Flush was the best in the world at the North American competition. The smiles of everyone at Junpana are proof of this award. . Appraisal of Starting Autumnal. Tea time at the factory afterwards Back at Goomtee's Bungalow, a homemade curry lunch awaited. . Hungry, delicious! And I had plenty of jungpana tea, and this is Darjeeling. . .