Sin: හැටන් hæṭan – Tam: ஹட்டன் haṭṭaṉ
‘Hatton’ CP, Sri Lanka
Hatton is nicknamed the tea capital of Sri Lanka .
It sits 1,271m up in the Central Hill Country.
Hatton, Aberdeenshire, after which it was named, was the biscuit capital of Scotland, famous for its Abernethy biscuits: biscuits made with lots of sugar and caraway seeds to aid digestion.
There are no shortages of Scottish names in the tea estates and villages, founded or named by colonial planters.
For related place names see Sri Lanka Place names.