Sri Lanka Tea Tour No. 3. Taylor's Tea Plantation In 1867, when Taylor was 32 years old, she settled in the mountains of Kandy (Lulakondera) to cultivate a tea plantation. There are still a few acres of tea plants planted by Taylor that are still sprouting. The oven in which the tailor dried the tea, the puddle in which he bathed. I think there was a cold day because the temperature is low. A stone bench, on which the tailor sat and recalled. You can feel the warmth of the sun when you sit down. Distant scenery, foggy, sunny, slowly changing colors like a spotlight. Did this shade resemble the grasslands of his native Scotland? Last time, the size of the silver plate that Taylor received from the Farmers' Association was about the size of B5 paper. . . (We received a lot of inquiries) ～～～～ Return to Kandy, shop at the market, and have a tea break with local milk tea (Kirite). Kiri means milk and Te means tea. A slightly lukewarm milk tea with a lot of sugar and whipped. It is often enjoyed with food such as cutlets or croquettes with chili peppers called rolls. . .