Sweet, easy to drink, black color, fresh aroma
In Sri Lanka, I drank tea here and there on the No. 1 Tea Road, starting from the hotel in Colombo when I arrived in the city of Kandy.
A very sweet tea was when I drank local milk tea at the White House cafe in the city of Kandy.
This photo was taken by me in the kitchen.
I took a pose and made a shutter chance over and over again.
She is familiar to me.
They greet me with a smile these days. I'm the third generation in charge of tea here.
When drinking this milk tea, it is best to eat fried food like this spicy croquette.
Spicy, sweet, but delicious.
Many foreigners from France, England, Germany, Italy, etc. come to the tea center of the tea factory.
It is the best to drink fresh tea while looking at the tea garden. . . .
The tea is made in the British style. The waiters are also very attentive.
At the tea factory, we were invited to the manager's bungalow for a tea party.
This is a bungalow built by Thomas Lipton of Dunbatten. While looking at the garden in England, the factory manager himself pours tea into cups and hands them to each person.
This is hospitality at its best.
Kindness is truly delicious and permeates.