In the early hours of May 2, 1892, Scottish James Taylor died at the Ruracondera tea estate in Kandy. .
At the age of 16, he left Scotland and lived in Ceylon from the age of 17 until his death at the age of 57, where he devoted his life to tea. . .
The stone bench on which Taylor sat on the 120th anniversary of his death (pictured)
From there you can see a green landscape that resembles my hometown of Scotland.
Praised as the "god of tea", Sri Lanka's black tea left behind accounts for 60% of Japan's black tea imports.
Tailor may have known the taste and aroma of the tea I'm drinking today.
However, you will surely be surprised when you see various variations. .
There is a Sri Lanka tour in July this year as well.
We will also experience the roads the tailor walked, the mountains he saw, the jungle, and the fruits he ate.
The new black tea left by the tailor will be on sale from the 12th.
Special thanks to Taylor.