I grew up in Uganda on a large tea estate that provided employment for the folks of my village. We used to play hide and seek in the thicket of the short shrubs. I can still smell the unmistakable aroma of freshly plucked tea leaves by men with large baskets strapped on their backs for collecting the harvest.
The fondest moments of my childhood were the adventures at the Namutamba tea estates. No wonder after all these years, I can still vividly see my childhood blossoming into adolescence and manhood but still feel so nostalgically inseparable from the tea estates.
While green tea possesses well documented powerful health benefits, to me green tea was a way of life, I will eternally offer songs of praise for how green tea helped to pave my way into the person I am today!
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