The organic garden of Seogwang is located on Jeju Island and benefits from volcanic soil and subtropical climatic conditions particularly suitable for the cultivation of tea. The leaves are first cooked by moist heat, as in the traditional Japanese method, then cooked by dry heat, as in Chinese green tea. This fusion of traditional production
methods makes this type of Korean tea unique in the world.
It has a small olive-green Camellia Sinensis leaf. The result is a pleasantly mild green tea with a fresh, floral fragrance and a deep yellow colour in the cup. Certified organically grown: IT BIO 013.