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Hwang Cha (Partially Oxidized Tea) - 30g Canister
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EAN 8803144200112
REGISTERED: 08/11/18
UPDATED: 09/22/19
Hwang Cha (Partially Oxidized Tea) - 30g Canister
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Hwang Cha (Partially Oxidized Tea) - 30g Canister


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  • Hwang Cha (Partially Oxidized Tea) - 30g Canister available on February 24 2015 from Amazon for 19.99
  • EAN bar code 8803144200112 ξ1 registered February 24 2015
  • Product category is Grocery
  • Manufacturered by Hankook Tea Company

Partially Oxidized Korean Tea Produced by Grand Master of Traditional Trade (Korea) Similar benefits to green tea Steeps a clear, amber liquor that is smooth on the palate Partially oxidized and pan-fired, Hwang Cha is recognized for its elegant and bold aroma that makes a statement every time you steep it. Made with first flush tea leaves, Hwang Cha steeps a clear, amber liquor that is smooth on the palate. The deep and complex nuances of this full-bodied tea ends with a subtly sweet finish that lingers on. Grand Master of Traditional Korean Foods a distinguished title given to individuals in recognition of their extraordinary contributions in protecting and preserving the nation's traditional agricultural methods, manufacturing processes and unique tastes of Korean culture. Since 1994, in effort to protect & preserve Korean food traditions, the South Korea Ministry of Agriculture has recognized several individuals. Hankook Tea holds the prestigious title for this hwang cha as well as malcha (powdered green tea).


References
    ^ Hwang Cha (Partially Oxidized Tea) - 30g Canister, Hankook Tea Company. Amazon. (revised Feb 2015)

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