Brewing the Future: Hidden Hills Tea at the National Institute of Plantation Management

At Hidden Hills Tea, we believe in the power of education and the importance of passing on our rich legacy of tea cultivation. Recently, we had the honor of conducting an engaging session at the National Institute of Plantation Management, where our Managing Director, Mr. Chula De Alwis, shared invaluable insights with the future leaders of the tea industry.

Sharing Knowledge and Expertise

The session was designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the tea production process. From the meticulous selection of tea leaves to the intricate processing methods, the students were introduced to both traditional practices and modern innovations that ensure the high quality of Hidden Hills Tea.

A Hands-On Experience

A highlight of the session was the detailed tea tasting exercise. We set up a diverse array of Hidden Hills Tea varieties, allowing students to taste, compare, and appreciate the unique characteristics of each type. This hands-on experience was instrumental in helping them understand the nuances that distinguish different teas.

Inspiring the Next Generation

Mr. Chula De Alwis emphasized the importance of maintaining high standards and the role of innovation in the tea industry. His insights provided the students with a deeper understanding of the industry’s challenges and opportunities, inspiring them to uphold and elevate the standards of Sri Lankan tea on a global scale.

Our Commitment to Education

This session is a testament to our commitment to supporting educational initiatives and nurturing talent in the tea industry. By fostering a deep appreciation for tea and its heritage, we hope to cultivate a new generation of experts who will continue to uphold the excellence of Sri Lankan tea.

Stay tuned for more updates on our educational programs and initiatives aimed at promoting excellence in the tea industry.

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