May 2, 1892 to 116 The tea left by James Taylor
Early in the morning of May 2nd, 1892, Taylor died at Roulacondera, Kandy after suffering from dysentery for several days.
Today is his death anniversary. Tea made by Taylor is currently the world's largest export volume, and 70% of Japanese tea is now Sri Lankan tea.
It is loved all over the world for its gentle aroma and soft astringency, which is typical of black tea.
And I am one of the people who respects him the most and loves tea. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart.
Lula Condera is a steep mountainous area where Taylor cultivated, cultivated, and created tea gardens until just before his death.
A monument was erected at the site of the narrow log cabin where he lived, and the last line reads:
" He remained a bachelor and Loolecondera was his first and last love"
He lived alone all his life. Lulacondera was his first and last love.