Special Tea Guest in August 2018

Special Guest at WindyHollow on 10th August 2018
We are pleased and excited to welcome Mr Kao from Taiwan. He is well known for his divine teas and Wild Tea Plantation. He is a supporter of natural and wild tea growing and for him this means allowing other plants and animals to live and exist next to and all around his tea plants and trees without intervention. His tea trees are old and have seen many harvests. Come and join us for this very special day.

During his workshop Mr Koa will share with us his love of tea growing and his mastery of tea making. We will of course then also have a chance to enjoy some of his very special teas. He makes white, green and black tea and of course Oriental Beauty. Normally all of his tea is sold right away to customers in China its therefore quite special that we will be able to taste some of his beautiful teas here at WindyHollow.

The workshop will run from 10am to 4pm. The cost per person is £150 and spaces are limited to 20. The funds will finance Mr Gao’s trip and will also help to pay for a translator. Included is also a homemade veggie lunch. We look forward to spending this wonderful day with you.
Contact Monica hello@windyholloworganics.co.uk to book your space.

Mr Kao and Monica at Mr Koa’s Wild Tea Plantation in Taiwan

We can’t wait for the growing season!!

Even though we love winter at Windy Hollow Farm, with snow and beautiful white hills in the distance we are now starting to really look forward to growing season 2018! Our tea plants are all still asleep in dormancy and will nicely waken up when the temperature rises and the sun nicely starts to shine on them.

It will be such a busy year but we can’t wait!!!

Best wishes from Monica and the whole team at WindyHollow tea farm.

 

Soil Association Blog, organic is great!

We are so pleased to be featured by the Soil Association on their website blog. Windy Hollow Tea, grown in beautiful Scotland.

Great to be interviewed about our dedication to organic tea growing, supporting wildflowers and essential pollinators.

Here is their wonderful blog page have a wee look and then just scroll down to Windy Hollow Tea:

https://www.soilassociation.org/blogs/

Best wishes from the Tea Farm

 

Hello Teafriends

We are very happy to put our new website online and share with you all the news and pictures from Windy Hollow Farm over time.

Best wishes from all of us and we can’t wait to hear from you and also welcome you here in Perthshire, Scotland.