In the southwest of Jeju, there is a green tea museum called "o&39; sulloc tea museum", which has a cafe and green tea cultivation circle. The Snow Green Tea Museum is a place where a Korean enterprise named "Emory" was founded. It also directly operates a museum called "tea museum" and a tea house called "tea house" while cultivating green tea. It provides all kinds of tea and rest places. The Green Tea Museum does not accept admission tickets, but in the central location of the Green Tea Museum, there are commercial cafes and network services. Distribution of Tea Products Produced in Jezhou through Various Channels
We must eat when we come here. For a food that can't be missed, eating can cure all kinds of mental illnesses, sweet, heart will be melted ~~Snow Green Tea Museum. Eat, drink and rest your feet. Visitors to this scenic spot basically want to eat green tea ice cream, green tea cake, ordered green tea ice cream, ice drop tea, wipe tea taste is very strong. Like 5000 Korean dollars, it's about 25-30 yuan for an ice cream and a drink. It's not cheap! I heard that the Maccha cake and ice cream here are good. Everyone here has to eat one of them. We are no exception!
Korea feels that tea is also very exquisite. There are hundreds of kinds of tea here. It tastes delicate and fragrant. I like all kinds of scented tea very much. With exquisite packaging, it is a good letter for friends. Here you can try the tea cake, ice cream, compared with the ordinary tea ice cream, cake, I feel more fragrant tea, with a little green and astringent, but the entrance is fragrant, worthy of aftertaste! Very good!
The Snow Green Tea Museum is located near Xiguang Tea Garden on Jeju Island. It was first opened on September 1, 2001. It is a museum with green tea as its theme. It is a place to learn about Korean traditional tea culture. The architecture of tea cup is novel and creative. In the museum, the pavilions and terraces are connected. Fish play between Bihe and Lotus, and there is a kind of simple and elegant beauty. On the left side of the first floor is the Tea Culture Exhibition Hall, where you can learn about the changes and development history of Korean tea culture, the ways of tea dissemination, the process of tea production, the types of tea and various tea sets from different countries in different periods. The whole pavilion is small, arched, walking in the corridor paved with log-colored floor, as if it had a feeling of traversing time and space. On the second floor, the garden is covered with green tea and the scenery is picturesque. There are various kinds of food made from green tea in the Snow Green Tea Museum. Green Tea Ice Cream is highly praised and must be tasted. In addition, there is a base of innisfree, where you can make your own hand-made soap and buy cosmetics such as cleanser.
The Green Tea Museum in Jeju Island is a natural and beautiful environment with tea as its theme, making it an excellent place to rest. Inside is the tea culture exhibition hall. The whole exhibition hall is small and arched. After visiting the tea culture exhibition hall, it comes out as a gift shop. There are many derivatives of green tea, such as green tea facial cleanser and other skin care products. The price is between 10,000 and 20,000 won. Of course, most of them are accompanying rituals of green tea, cold-brewed green tea, green tea milk tea, caramel-flavored flower-fruit tea, and green tea powder which can be directly brewed and drinked. The packing is exquisite and the price varies from 5000 to 10000 won. It's not cheap. After shopping, tired, you can also sit in the rest area and buy a cup of the most famous green tea ice cream here, or add a green tea cake. The price is around 5,000 won. There is also a large green lawn in front of the museum. When the weather is good, you can lie in the recliner and bask in the sun and look up at the blue sky. There is also an Innisfree specialty store, which is open for free. In fact, the nature of the museum is very low. There are lots of green tea plantations. There are no gates. They are completely open on both sides of the road. There are exhibits related to tea, the key is there is a cakes and green tea ice cream shop, crowded, to find a place to sit down to eat is also very troublesome many Koreans will go, where the green tea cake is really delicious, the butter inside is different, very delicious, if you have the opportunity to go, designated to try, the scenery is not very good, the key is to eat. It's not cheap. A small piece of cake costs 5,000 Korean dollars, but it's OK to eat occasionally.
We took a taxi from the hotel in the past, and soon arrived. There was a big place, with green tea fields everywhere. It was very beautiful. It was very suitable for taking pictures. There were many tea products there. We had ice cream with tea, and there was also a place for making hand soap. It was very interesting.