Visiting Taylor ・Sri Lanka Tea Trip July 3rd (Saturday) to July 10th ・Taylor's Bungalow Early in the morning of May 2nd, 1892, James was a Scottish pioneer of Ceylon tea and was praised as the god of tea.・Taylor (1835-1892) died at the tea plantation of Ruracondera in the Kandy Mountains of Ceylon. On April 30th, he contracted dysentery, and on the morning of May 1st, he tested freshly brewed tea on his bed. . . I left my hometown at the age of 16 and lived in Ceylon for 40 years from the age of 17. He loved tea, loved Ceylon, and eventually buried himself in tea gardens without ever returning to Scotland. Visit the first tea plantation he made in Ceylon (Lulacondera). And I would like to visit the cemetery (Mahaiyawa) where his body, which took 7 hours to transport from the tea garden, was laid. 118 years have passed since he passed away. From Ceylon to Sri Lanka, and last year we resolved the 30-year-old ethnic conflict. I would like to see and feel the flowers, greenery, beautiful blue sky, and the great tea garden that you have left behind on this tour in July. Please join us!