If I were that thing, that thing so connected to nature, that thing who survived on all things natural and organic, that thing which exactly knew from its own instincts and taste of what artificial and natural was – I would have known just by touching it, smelling it or just tasting it – the difference of what is chemical and what is organic. It is believed that non organic farm or tea plantation will have less of life hovering around than an organic plantation. This is what I have observed whenever I visit a particular Darjeeling Tea estate. I always tend to observe the tea bushes at a close range and everytime, organic Darjeeling Tea gardens seem to have greater degree of biodiversity hovering around.
One such photo of an organic Darjeeling Tea plantation is below where you see a life all pollinated! Hope you like the photo!
Darjeeling Tea gardens are gearing up for the upcoming First Flush Darjeeling Tea 2012 seaon – The first Darjeeling Tea season for the year 2012. Hope we have favorable weather conditions and are successful in harvesting a quality crop all around the hills of Darjeeling. Hope Thunderbolt Tea squeezes the best out of all the lots that is to follow.