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We learnt more from our guide before we got to this place. It was interesting but missing parts of information regarding the growing of tea. It would have been more interesting if the factory was actually working the afternoon we visited. We were told they...More
Fab your of a wonderful tea factory , so interesting and great selection of teas to buy ( and drink after tour ) beautiful location with fabulous grounds to amble round. Staff were lovely too , thank you
While in NE for a workshop, we went over to Pedro Tea Factory to buy some tea. Wow....the place itself was amazing...clean, neatly laid out garden....wonderful tea centre and the best part - 2 amazing sales women ....most probably from the surrounding plantations. They were...More
We really enjoyed the tour of this working factory. We did not appreciate the hard manual work required for tea picking and sorting thereafter. We have all resolved that we MUST pay more for our tea as the tea pickers don’t get paid enough- it...More
You have to pay for the tour but it is cheap and you get a free cup of tea. Was nice and informative/Interesting. The nicest thing was to walk around the tea plantation before/after...very pretty and great views.
From here you can walk up to...More
Most of the production activity takes place at night so it is difficult to say. The picking of the tea however is conducted manually. If I remember correctly, the factory does claim to have a stake in the social well-being... More
Most of the production activity takes place at night so it is difficult to say. The picking of the tea however is conducted manually. If I remember correctly, the factory does claim to have a stake in the social well-being of the community.