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Tea Trails in the Media

    • Delicious, Australia : December 2011: Ceylon Tea Trails

      Delicious, Australia : December 2011: Ceylon Tea Trails

      For the full rock-star arrival, charter an air taxi through Sri Lankan Air Taxi. You can fly from Colombo to the retreat on the shores of Castlereagh Lake in approximately 30 minutes. Alternatively, take the scenic option and drive from Colombo through jaw-dropping mountain passes and vibrant villages.

    • South China Morning Post: February 2012: Steeped in tradition

      South China Morning Post: February 2012: Steeped in tradition

      The emphasis during our visit was very much on European cuisine, using fresh vegetables and herbs from the surrounding gardens, and including a lamb roast that wouldn’t have been out of place on an English dinner table on any given Sunday.

    • Harper’s Bazaar: February 2012: Time for Tea

      Harper’s Bazaar: February 2012: Time for Tea

      Up here, in the hills rolling down into Bogawantalawa Valley, where each plantation spawns a factory and every factory breeds a village, you gain a glimpse of old Ceylon: gracious and quiet, industrious and efficient.

    • Singapore Tatler: February 2012: Love is in the Air

      Singapore Tatler: February 2012: Love is in the Air

      Our seaplane tilts low over the tea-bush covered hills as we swoop in to land on a long, narrow lake set amid a beguiling palette of lush greens and reddish browns. We checked in to Ceylon Tea Trails, a quartet of elegant villas with lovingly tended gardens scattered around a picturesque lake.

    • The Age, Melbourne: March 2012: Our top 100 travel adventures

      The Age, Melbourne: March 2012: Our top 100 travel adventures

      A day in Bogawantalawa begins with tea in bed in one of four restored colonial bungalows at Ceylon Tea Trails, then a breakfast cup beside a terrace where pickers are plucking the prescribed “two leaves and a bud”.

    • Wish Magazine: December 2012: High tea in old Ceylon

      Wish Magazine: December 2012: High tea in old Ceylon

      Tea should be the colour of a good sherry, bright and lively,” muses Andrew Taylor, as he sucks, siphons and swirls a mouthful of tepid brew into the furthest crevices of his mouth while our small party watches raptly, hoping to pick up a few practical tips. Taylor has tannin coursing through his veins.The descendant of a venerable

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  • Tea Trails in the Media

    • Delicious, Australia : December 2011: Ceylon Tea Trails

      Delicious, Australia : December 2011: Ceylon Tea Trails

      For the full rock-star arrival, charter an air taxi through Sri Lankan Air Taxi. You can fly from Colombo to the retreat on the shores of Castlereagh Lake in approximately 30 minutes. Alternatively, take the scenic option and drive from Colombo through jaw-dropping mountain passes and vibrant villages.

    • South China Morning Post: February 2012: Steeped in tradition

      South China Morning Post: February 2012: Steeped in tradition

      The emphasis during our visit was very much on European cuisine, using fresh vegetables and herbs from the surrounding gardens, and including a lamb roast that wouldn’t have been out of place on an English dinner table on any given Sunday.

    • Harper’s Bazaar: February 2012: Time for Tea

      Harper’s Bazaar: February 2012: Time for Tea

      Up here, in the hills rolling down into Bogawantalawa Valley, where each plantation spawns a factory and every factory breeds a village, you gain a glimpse of old Ceylon: gracious and quiet, industrious and efficient.

    • Singapore Tatler: February 2012: Love is in the Air

      Singapore Tatler: February 2012: Love is in the Air

      Our seaplane tilts low over the tea-bush covered hills as we swoop in to land on a long, narrow lake set amid a beguiling palette of lush greens and reddish browns. We checked in to Ceylon Tea Trails, a quartet of elegant villas with lovingly tended gardens scattered around a picturesque lake.

    • The Age, Melbourne: March 2012: Our top 100 travel adventures

      The Age, Melbourne: March 2012: Our top 100 travel adventures

      A day in Bogawantalawa begins with tea in bed in one of four restored colonial bungalows at Ceylon Tea Trails, then a breakfast cup beside a terrace where pickers are plucking the prescribed “two leaves and a bud”.

    • Wish Magazine: December 2012: High tea in old Ceylon

      Wish Magazine: December 2012: High tea in old Ceylon

      Tea should be the colour of a good sherry, bright and lively,” muses Andrew Taylor, as he sucks, siphons and swirls a mouthful of tepid brew into the furthest crevices of his mouth while our small party watches raptly, hoping to pick up a few practical tips. Taylor has tannin coursing through his veins.The descendant of a venerable

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  • Tea Trails in the Media

    • Delicious, Australia : December 2011: Ceylon Tea Trails

      Delicious, Australia : December 2011: Ceylon Tea Trails

      For the full rock-star arrival, charter an air taxi through Sri Lankan Air Taxi. You can fly from Colombo to the retreat on the shores of Castlereagh Lake in approximately 30 minutes. Alternatively, take the scenic option and drive from Colombo through jaw-dropping mountain passes and vibrant villages.

    • South China Morning Post: February 2012: Steeped in tradition

      South China Morning Post: February 2012: Steeped in tradition

      The emphasis during our visit was very much on European cuisine, using fresh vegetables and herbs from the surrounding gardens, and including a lamb roast that wouldn’t have been out of place on an English dinner table on any given Sunday.

    • Harper’s Bazaar: February 2012: Time for Tea

      Harper’s Bazaar: February 2012: Time for Tea

      Up here, in the hills rolling down into Bogawantalawa Valley, where each plantation spawns a factory and every factory breeds a village, you gain a glimpse of old Ceylon: gracious and quiet, industrious and efficient.

    • Singapore Tatler: February 2012: Love is in the Air

      Singapore Tatler: February 2012: Love is in the Air

      Our seaplane tilts low over the tea-bush covered hills as we swoop in to land on a long, narrow lake set amid a beguiling palette of lush greens and reddish browns. We checked in to Ceylon Tea Trails, a quartet of elegant villas with lovingly tended gardens scattered around a picturesque lake.

    • The Age, Melbourne: March 2012: Our top 100 travel adventures

      The Age, Melbourne: March 2012: Our top 100 travel adventures

      A day in Bogawantalawa begins with tea in bed in one of four restored colonial bungalows at Ceylon Tea Trails, then a breakfast cup beside a terrace where pickers are plucking the prescribed “two leaves and a bud”.

    • Wish Magazine: December 2012: High tea in old Ceylon

      Wish Magazine: December 2012: High tea in old Ceylon

      Tea should be the colour of a good sherry, bright and lively,” muses Andrew Taylor, as he sucks, siphons and swirls a mouthful of tepid brew into the furthest crevices of his mouth while our small party watches raptly, hoping to pick up a few practical tips. Taylor has tannin coursing through his veins.The descendant of a venerable

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