Organic Jeju Tea

In 2006, on the pristine island of Jeju, where one can enjoy both views of Mount Halla and the sea, Jeju farmers diligently planted organic tea seedlings one by one, by hand. For over 7 years, the wind, water, and sunlight of Jeju nurtured the tea, while animals watched over its growth. Finally, after eight years of hard work, people began to harvest the first tea leaves and began making tea. The freshness of the young tea trees resembles that of a freshly washed youth, a distinctive characteristic tea flavor of Moru Farm's tea.


You can trace the history of Moru Farm's tea, get to know the farmers, and learn when, where, and how it was all made. Only the products produced in the same year guarantee the quality of the tea, whether it’s green tea, lightly oxidized tea with different fermentation years, or black tea. You can ask the producers about the time of production.
We produce our tea in collaboration with local farmers using ingredients mixed with tea leaves. The connection between production and consumption ensures that the tea tastes fresh and pure.


Moru Farm's tea carries a special story of its tea farmers. Jeju Tea craftsman Kim Maeng-chan was selected as a Jeju craftsman protecting Jeju's heritage in 2020, who has produced Jeju tea for Moru Farm. Moru Farm, which holds a trademark patent  for ‘ORGANIC JEJU TEA’, proudly presents its Jeju tea.


Moru Farm's tea lifestyle begins with healthy tea grown in organic, ecological tea plantations. Just as organic farming contributes to the planet's environment, the concept behind our tea lifestyle is also eco-friendly. For a life enriched with leaf tea, we recommend our ‘Super Normal Tea Strainer’ and ‘Classic Tea Strainer.’ which allow for easy and fail-proof brewing of loose leaf tea anytime, anywhere. Our package design focuses on eliminating unnecessary elements, using least environmentally burdensome materials.