Soloh-aul / Solokhaul Tea Plantation, Russia

Low rows of tea bushes with wide rows between them, on a gently sloping hill, a building and forests in the backgroundView Full Resolution

This plantation was founded in 1901 by Judas Koshman, and is in a more remote area than some of the other Russian tea gardens. This estate focuses on highlighting the unique character of the harvests of tea from different seasons.

This photo of the Soloh-aul Tea Plantation was provided by Tea in the City, a London-based company that sells teas grown in Russia among their offerings. You can read more about tea production in Russia on their article from Russia with leaf.

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