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HARVESTING WILD TEA

Our plantation at Forest Hill is a pioneer of wild, forest friendly tea. The plantation is an abandoned estate called 'Warnagala' at the base of the Admas Peak mountain range in Sri Lanka's Sabaragamuwa Province.

The estate was originally planted by Scottish planters during the British colonial rule and abandoned for 130 years before we began once again harvesting the now wild tea.

The plantation is now a forest where wild tea trees & wild spices grow as big trees among the other vegetation surrounding the Adams Peak rainforest reserve.

FOREST HILL TEA PLANTATION

A fresh brew - a cup of wilderness tea

Unique to this plantation is the truly ‘Wild Tea’ gathered by skilled pluckers who climb bamboo ladders into the forest canopy to take the very top leaves. 

Tucked away in the wilderness it really is a forest friendly tea plantation producing some of the worlds most unique teas.

The farmers are encouraged to preserve the forest and its biodiversity with reforestation efforts.

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