The Scottish Garden Podcast

Episode 11: Susie Walker-Munro

May 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 11
The Scottish Garden Podcast
Episode 11: Susie Walker-Munro
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The Scottish Garden Podcast
Episode 11: Susie Walker-Munro
May 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 11

A conversation with Susie Walker-Munro, a founder member of the Tea Gardens of Scotland collective, producers of the first 100% Scottish-grown tea.

We discuss how the project began, how they grow and make their tea and their hopes for the future of Scottish tea. 

**Please note - because my conversations with guests are informal and usually recorded at their home or places of work, there can be some background noise - in this case, Susie's lovely dog!  There's also a little bit of a buzz in the recording.  Sorry this isn't up to the usual audio quality and I hope it won't put you off listening - it's a really interesting chat :)

The Tea Gardens of Scotland website has details of all of the gardens and growers, or visit  The Scottish Tea Factory for tea tasting and blending courses.

Here's a direct link to Kinnettles Tea Garden where Susie grows and you can buy Kinnettles Gold here

Social media links: Tea Gardens of Scotland on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

You can also follow @scotgardenpod on Twitter and Instagram



Show Notes

A conversation with Susie Walker-Munro, a founder member of the Tea Gardens of Scotland collective, producers of the first 100% Scottish-grown tea.

We discuss how the project began, how they grow and make their tea and their hopes for the future of Scottish tea. 

**Please note - because my conversations with guests are informal and usually recorded at their home or places of work, there can be some background noise - in this case, Susie's lovely dog!  There's also a little bit of a buzz in the recording.  Sorry this isn't up to the usual audio quality and I hope it won't put you off listening - it's a really interesting chat :)

The Tea Gardens of Scotland website has details of all of the gardens and growers, or visit  The Scottish Tea Factory for tea tasting and blending courses.

Here's a direct link to Kinnettles Tea Garden where Susie grows and you can buy Kinnettles Gold here

Social media links: Tea Gardens of Scotland on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

You can also follow @scotgardenpod on Twitter and Instagram