DaeJak 2014 ECO Korea

4.5 stars  4.5  1 review  Added 13.12.2014 by Eternal Spring, Tea status: [391] A 4224x
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Category: Green tea

Country: Korea

Harvest: spring of 2014 in Hadong district, Jiri mountains

Date of production: May 8th to 15th 2014

Shop: PU-ERH.sk

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Korean green tea picked in the spring of 2014 in Hadong district, Jiri mountains. Grown and produced by an organic, one of the best small tea companies making all-hand made tea in the area. The tea leaves were packed in the tea farm so that the very freshness is provided. The tea gives several, even 5-6 good tea brews. Its making (a way of producing it) preserves his freshness even for more that a year.

DaeJak 'grade' refers to the third flush that is performed as the last one, some farm do one more.

The taste is sweet with a little of bitterness, dark green leaf colour and powerful aroma. In overall the taste and frangrance is a kind of wild.


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Eternal Spring
30.12.2014 15:41:49
Eternal Spring

Korea - DaeJak sample

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DaeJak is the third harvest and "dae" is great.

Spicy fragrance, vegetal aroma, almost like dried root vegetables. Sweet aroma of pine needles, perhaps even algae (?), slightly salty. Significant taste of grass similar to SeJak. Light bitterness. DaeJak and SeJak are quite similar in taste. But SeJak has more intense and longer lasting flavor. DaeJak is losing its power just after 3rd infusion. It's also a great tea. Weaker stamina is compensated by lower price 50g / €10.90

You can see the comparison of all three Korean teas on SeJak’s page.


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