We came to Bois Cheri on a rainy day, not in the peak season. It wasn't a production day, so we didn't actually see people working, but the guide was great at explaining how this is done step by step. However, we've seen now tea is packed.
It is a very easy way to learn how tea is produced, even kids will be able to understand it and enjoy it. Process improvement managers would thrive there!
Tea-tasting was brilliant, especially that we were soaking wet and cold from the rain. Despite wanting to buy some of the tea, they don't sell it in individual boxes, only in packs of 3 or 6. So we ended up buying one in a local supermarket which turned out to be much cheaper.
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