- Green tea from Korea -
This green tea comes from the island of Jeju, a small piece of Earth situated at the South of Korea (designated as a natural heritage site by UNESCO). The soil of this island contains a lot of water and is composed of a volcanic rock which, thanks to ashes, can filter water of the rain. The soil is also rich in minerals, calcium and magnesium.
This green tea comes from the garden of Seogwang Farm. It is known as one of the best teas in Korea. With its long leaves, this tea is sought for its rarity and its appearance.
The Woojeon tea is toasted with the tradictional Korean method, which gives it a greasy texture with hints of hazelnut. It's a tea for connoisseurs. Can be drunk cold.