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Green Teas

Halla (Daejak grade) Green Tea

Man-su (Dae-jak grade) Green Tea Jak-seol (Jung-jak grade) Green Tea Se-jak (grade) Green Tea

Sulloc tea is raised in the natural environment of Che-ju Island, which is famous for its cleanliness and natural beauty. Korea's 1,000 year history of green tea has cultivated teas that are both delicious and promote ones health. Each type of tea contains 2.8oz (80gm) of green tea leaves. Please shop carefully - teas are not returnable.

     Sulloc teas are no longer available; we are expecting more teas to be available by the end of July. Thank you for your patience.

Halla (Dae-jak grade) TG005H (sold out)
Price: $29.00

Man-su (Dae-jak grade) TG004M (sold out)
Price: $29.00
Jak-seol (Jung-jak grade) TG003O (sold out)
Price: $35.00
Se-jak (Se-jak grade) TG002S (sold out)
Price: was $67.00
Now $62.00


Types of Korean Green Tea

    Korean green tea can be roughly classified into three categories based primarily on the time the tea leaves were picked. The fist category is called U-jeon (우전) and consists of the first tea leaf buds that appear around  April 21. Of course the time varies slightly each year, but these first buds of the leaves are picked before they become too large and are used to make tea with the most delicate flavor and fragrance. The second classification is called Se-jak (세작) and are the slightly larger leaves that appear about 14 days after the first harvest. The third picking, Jung-jak (중작) are picked about 14 days after the second and all consecutive pickings for the rest of the year are classified as Dae-jak (대작). These last pickings are what is used to make most of green tea supplied in tea bags. It consists of pieces of larger tea leaves and has a stronger, somewhat harsher flavor than the first three pickings. Read more about green tea...