drank Jeju Island Green by Teavana
6 tasting notes

It is very rare to see green tea from Korea as we are not the tea capitol of the world. Mostly China and Japan are known for their production of high quality teas. However, the cool hillsides of Jeju Island have been found to be able to host and grow Camellia sinensis just as well. Korea is new to the tea game but we are not new to tea enjoying the aged Oolongs bricks from China and powdered matcha from Japan for ages. I am happy to see that Korea has expanded their market overseas.
This tea is a typical green and not as flavorful as I had hoped. Either steep longer or use more tea more stronger flavor. I enjoy it hot or cold, unsweetened.

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Happily married, tea-loving female. I prefer my tea iced but not always sweetened.


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