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Laos Laothang Green OP (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Laos Laothang Green OP (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
The tea cultivation in this region, with many old original tea plants, is an organic project to support the ethnic Phunoi minority. Production is to be expanded, professionalised and be a worthwhile alternative to the former opium...
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Korea Jeju Jeoncha Gwarang Gwarang - Steamed (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Korea Jeju Jeoncha Gwarang Gwarang - Steamed...
The volcanic island of Jeju Island was originally infertile land. Taking into account the natural conditions of the island, three indigenous farmers have created a tea cultivation area for 45 years.
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Korea Jeju Joongjak Gwarang Gwarang - Roasted (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Korea Jeju Joongjak Gwarang Gwarang - Roasted...
Today Jeju Island is one of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Sites. Every year, teas grown there are honoured with special awards. The Joongjak is roasted according to old Korean tradition.
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Korea Jeju Sejak Durin (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Korea Jeju Sejak Durin (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
The teas from Jeju Island get their special aroma from nature. Their character is affected by the salty sea air and the rich volcanic soil.
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Vietnam Green Che Shan Tuyet (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Vietnam Green Che Shan Tuyet (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
The leaves of this tea come from the oldest tea trees in Vietnam. They have been growing for more than 100 years. Only a few people get to see the trees, as they are located in very remote small villages.
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Colombia La Cumbre Valle del Cauca - Green Emerald (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Colombia La Cumbre Valle del Cauca - Green...
Colombia, the country of extremes. Snow-covered volcanoes, tropical beaches and in the middle of the Andes. The jungle-like northwest provides ideal growing conditions for tea. A unique character through the combination of three...
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Vietnam Rainforest Sencha Tam Duong
Vietnam Rainforest Sencha Tam Duong
A Sencha, which is produced in Japanese style from a Taiwanese plant clone. The tea bushes are watered with fresh mountain water from the Fansipan Mountain.
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Taiwan Pi Lo Chun
Taiwan Pi Lo Chun
The 'green spring snail' has its roots in China. Later, the tea has developed into a speciality in Taiwan due to the specific soil conditions and the local teamasters' own signature.
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