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Jirisan 'Snowscape'

Posted on December 26, 2014 at 10:35 AM



Jirisan, Hwagae Valley, welcomes the arrival of the winter season. This is the time of the year when tea bushes (camellia sinensis) hibernate until the arrival of next year's (2015) spring harvest.  The scene is quiet, peaceful, and cold. Snow blankets the picturesque Hwagae Valley landscape.


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of our valued visitors and loyal customers from Jiri Mountain Tea! 


I thank you for your patronage and hope to continue to provide you with the best possible service!


Thank you! (Kam-sa-ham-nida)

Jirisan Gabriel

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Welcome to "The Tea Files"

A tea blog about my tea journey and trekking experiences into the unique world of organically grown and exquisite artisan nokcha (green tea), balhyocha (fermented/oxidized) leaf teas, yasaeng (wild) rock teas, and semi-wild leaf teas from Jirisan, Hwagae Valley, South Korea,  the birthplace of Korean nokcha.

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