Gamro or Sweet Dew Tea – Small leaves – South Korea

A fresh Gamro, Sweet Dew Tea just arrived. This variety of Gamro has small leaves. It is a bit more intense in flavor, aroma and color than regular Gamro. The slight sweet refreshing taste not only reminds of the friendship but also the early morning bucolic atmosphere. The tea came as a gift from my South Korean friend Park.

Gamro tea brewed on the small pot. Here only one tea leaf is sufficient for the brisk yellow brew. As the teacups are filled the typical fragrance flows in the air


Few years ago my friend and I were walking in Seoul, saw a girl in a store promoting a tea, giving small portions to drink. We tried and I bought 2 packages right away. That was Gamro, and it has been a fascinating tea since then.

The Gamro tea leaves are very delicate. Being light and twisted they can remain intact in the bottle. Their asymmetrical shape gives a sparkle to the teapot.


The bright yellow color of the Gamro tea is contrasted by the brown orange color of the infused leaf. The hydrated leaf shows a distinctive texture

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4 thoughts on “Gamro or Sweet Dew Tea – Small leaves – South Korea

    • Hi thestrongandbeautiful, to the best of my knowledge this tea is only available in South Korea where the four seasons are clearly defined and winter might have some snow. I’m still trying to get more information on this tea and will post when available.
      Regards,

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