Abstrak Agrarische Wet (Agrarian Law) 1870 was the liberal economic policy that practiced in Dutch Indies. The policy practiced becaue the misery of Dutch Indies people’s caused by Cultuurstelsel and political change in the Kingdom of Netherlands. Agrarische Wet 1870 endorsed the entrance of private capital to Dutch Indies. Private capital which entered to Dutch Indies invested toward many economic sectors, such as tea plants. Tea plants in Dutch Indies advanced swiftly when Agrarisch wet practiced especially in Southern Bandung. This caused by Southern Bandung has geographical characteristic with fertile highland and cold climate. Tea is highland plant which grows in the fertile highland. The swift advance of tea plants synergizes with the Southern Bandung climate. The result is Southern Bandung becomes one of main tea producer in Dutch Indies.