2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Sri Lanka's first tea plantation. Today, the industry provides the country with more than just a source of income.

Sarah Gilbert writing the official magazine of the Royal Geographical Society unfolds the story of Dilmah Tea and its Founder Merrill J. Fernando's philanthropic projects.

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