A 60 Year Legacy

Cherishing the Exquisite Art of Tea and Philosophy of Friendship


Since 1951, the art of drinking water has been cultivated to graceful perfection.

The pristine essence of our heirloom teas has been preserved as each leaf is meticulously nurtured and harvested with patient determination and expertise.

With our stringent standards and dedication, we have continued our rich heritage and defined the modern history of exceptional teas.


“The Philosophy of the Art of Drinking Pure Water”
We learned to delight in the refined arts of friendship and shared tea.

Planting a tea culture in everyday lives,
Capturing the passion and spirit of aficionados,

Hankook Tea * Honam Tea Estate

8 thoughts on “A 60 Year Legacy

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