MATCHACHA TEA COLLECTION
Our wild-grown souk powder is produced from young souk leaves that are harvested in Hadong between late April and early May. The young, organic leaves produce a naturally caffeine-free powder with an herbal aroma and a pleasantly verdant and creamy taste.
30g (Box) - $28
100g (Bag) - $49
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Hadong is the second home of our tea collection. It was the first tea farming region in South Korea and is especially famous for wildly grown teas. Our teas are cultivated high on the steep hills of Jirisan mountain with the backdrop of the Seomjingang river. Wild, young ssuk (mugwort) leaves are harvested between late April and early May to produce our souk powder. These young and organic leaves produce a naturally caffeine-free powder with an herbal aroma that creates a pleasantly creamy verdant taste.
Sift 1-2 tsp (-1.5g) of tea powder in the bowl and add 2.5 oz (70ml) of warm water
Note : 80℃ is the ideal temperature rather than boiling water
Briskly move only your wrist, whisking the tea back and forth in the shape of an “M” until a fine layer forms on the surface. Remove large bubbles by slowly whisking the surface of the foam.