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Sunny afternoon on the tea hill in Bao Loc

Sunny afternoon on the tea hill in Bao Loc

Sunny afternoon overlays on the white conical hats, sparkle in the sun, featured on green tea farms in Bao Loc.

To the center of Bao Loc city from Highway 20, you will see the vast immense hills are full of tea and tea. Only a small rustic green, lying quietly in the mountain wind when it is cool or cold, but Bao Loc tea farm is always impressive in the minds of visitors with a memorable green.

Sunny afternoon on the tea hill in Bao Loc

The green of the mountains and tea hills stretching makes his heart softened

The green of the mountains and tea hills stretching makes his heart softened as people find themselves mixed in nature, sometimes in the wind. The fragrance of camellia fly around on the branches, grasses. That fragrance is like the smell of green rice flakes or new fresh milk.

Sunny afternoon on the tea hill in Bao Loc

White conical hats sparkling in the sun on the tea farms, turning around in circles according to the height, hightlighting on the green mountain fields.

The pleasure of visiting the tea hill in Bao Loc are feeling immense hills between hills and heaven and earth because the tea hill lies in within reach of our hands including the end of the vision. The green tea hill only has green specific mixing into the grass or it watches drifting banks of cloud. However, a lot of visitors love that feeling which incredible feeling from creeping footsteps in green tea trees, each finger touching tender tea leaves like touching soft silks flying in mid-air.

Sunny afternoon on the tea hill in Bao Loc

The tea fragrance becomes countryside flavor of highland, mixed into space in silence, like a gift given to human of this land by God.

Sunny afternoon on the tea hill in Bao Loc

That fragrance is like the smell of green rice flakes or new fresh milk.

Browses of tea are picked to boil or fry. After that, they are crushed and dried on charcoal fire until browses are dry, and give out a smell. Tea made in this way is called rustic tea.