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Singapore Tea

“Tea” di Singapura defaultnya adalah teh dengan campuran susu. Jadi jangan salah order ya, kalau teh tanpa susu biasanya mereka menyebutnya dengan Tea-O alias teh kosong. 118 more words

Food And Beverage

So Much Life Left over by Louis de Bernieres

It was the long avenue of palm trees on the cover of De Bernieres’ book that attracted me to hit the ‘listen’ button on my audiobook account. 147 more words

Women tea pluckers in the mountains of Sri Lanka

Most tea pluckers collecting young tea leaves at Sri Lankan plantations are women of Tamil origin, many brought by British from India at the end of 19th century to work on tea plantations.

Sri Lanka

Going Barefoot in Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, I went barefoot: in the temples, in the monasteries, at the heritage sites, on the beach, in homes, and even in restaurants where it is customary to leave one’s shoes outside the door before entering. 3,381 more words


Just a Ceylon - Assam Tea for me, please!

Dark, cold mornings can make getting out of bed a harder task than it already is. As the temperature falls, a little warmth goes a long way ☕️ 107 more words


Tea Pluckers of Sri Lanka

People working to collect tea leaves from the tea bushes in Sri Lanka are called pluckers, from the plucking activity, typically taking the bud and the next two leaves. 26 more words

Sri Lanka

Ceylon tea

Ceylon tea tin with original celluloid spoon
made in England, 1960s

This tin features its own original branded celluloid spoon: ‘Ceylon Tea’. The spoon is a little warped; the tea tin is a little rusted; commensurate with age. 84 more words