The factory was closed, so we only went for the tea tasting and waffles which were lovely. Nice view.
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My partner is a tea drinker so he wanted to visit to see how it is all processed. Waited 30 minutes for our tour guide but toured the small museum in the interim. The tour itself was interesting. For old.machinery they get the job done...More
So drink absolutely loads of tea, but knew pretty much nothing about making it. So seems green, black and white tea all come from same plant. Who knew! They guy who took us round was a real showman and we had a great laugh. Though...More
Our tour guide from 'Emotions' gave us a guided tour of the tea factory. He was really knowledgeable and clearly explained the process from plucking to tea bag. He answered all our questions and it was a most interesting visit. Yasim then took us through...More
We visited as part of a White Sands tour so we had the excellent assistance of our guide to show us around the complex including the museum. However, seeing the transition from recently collected leaves to the tea leaves we are more familiar with either...More
Check the time and days when the factory is opened to visitors , usually mornings and in week days otherwise you may be disappointed. Buy Tickets which will cover the 'museum' and guided visit to the working factory with a guide, then you can drive...More
entry is 100 rupees per person at the entrance of the estate, after which you either walk in (15 mins) or drive in (2-3 mins). you either use the receipt/voucher for a session of tea tasting, or you get it refunded when you get out...More
We did not plan for stopping at Bois Cherry but we are glad we did. A different place to visit. Interesting history and information provided. Nice scenery for tasting!!
A glimpse in tea world. We spend about 45 minutes in the tea museum. Learn a lot about tea production and tea history. Interesting historical journey. Nice lady did the guided tour in the tea factory itself and then we were delighted with the lunch...More