Healthy, Fermented, Well-being Tea
[Nong Hyup] Fermented Green Tea
What does Fermented Green Tea taste like?
Well, I'm sure most are familiar with the taste of regular green tea. It has a distinct, vegetal flavor with a slightly astringent after-taste. But if you allow the same green tea leaves to ferment, the oxidation process completely changes its flavor profile.
Fermented Green Tea has a slightly nutty taste - without any grassy flavors and none of the bitterness. Making it enjoyable for even non-tea drinkers. In fact, we have been drinking this on-and-off for the last 3 years. It's become one of our favorite teas.
Nong Hyup cultivates its tea leaves in Hwa Gae province, which is located at the base of Mt. Jirisan. This area is famous for having ideal climate conditions for growing tea leaves. In fact, this area produces more than 45% of Korea's entire green tea leaves.
If you're looking to develop a daily tea habit, this is a safe choice!
I drink this tea after meals now. Trying to drink less carbonated drinks throughout the day.
I love green tea and this fermented tea had such a wonderful taste. It was a darker steep and it was just so good. Will be purchasing again soon.
Good tasting green tea but dont know if tasted that different. Would buy it again if it was on sale
This is my new favorite tea. It doesn't have any bitter or grassy flavor. It's just a simple lovely green tea taste.
This tea is better than the green tea I usually buy and I would definitely purchase it again.
- Grown locally in the mountains of Mt. Jirisan, Korea
- 100% organic - no chemical fertilizers used
- Smooth, mild taste - a tea that you can drink everyday
- 1 box (25 tea bags)
- Green Tea Leaves (Camellia Sinensis Leaves)
- Expiration period: 1 year
- Store tea bags in a cool, dry area
How to enjoy
- Drop one bag into cup of hot water.
- Wait 2-3 minutes. Then enjoy.
About the Brand
- Nong Hyup is a large agriculture conglomerate in Korea. They own large tea operations in Hwa Gae, a province famous for its premium green tea leaves.
What does fermentation do?
The fermentation process changes the smell and taste of the green tea leaves. It produces a more mellow taste - reducing that astringency and grassy bitterness associated with regular green tea. The microbes also produce metabolites which boost health benefits.
A: This is a tea bag (single use)
The green tea leaves (Camellia sinensis) are grown in Korea - at the base of Mt. Jirisan
This has a mild flavor - toasty undertone and slightly sweet.
Yes - it's healthy to drink everyday.
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About The Brand
Nong Hyup is a large agriculture conglomerate in Korea. They own large tea operations in Hwa Gae, which is where Korea first started to cultivate green tea leaves at an industrial scale. This tea is made with strict quality standards as it carries the Nong Hyup brand name.