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by Victoria » Jul 14th, '08, 00:48

Ok, I have been jonesing for sometime now for Korean teaware. Chip's post in TeaDay, has completly pushed me over the edge.

Why, oh why, is it so hard to find anything Korean????

Any links would be appreciated.

EXCEPT Korean-Arts - have that one.

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by olivierco » Jul 14th, '08, 02:14

http://www.hankooktea.co.kr/

they have some english pages and sell some teaware, but I don't know whether they ship outside Korea.

Maybe you could send an email to the korean tea culture association. The site is only in korean though.

http://www.koreatea.or.kr/


Franchia (http://franchia.com/franchia/index.html) sells some teaware


You can find two korean teasets on this page:

http://www.cooksshophere.com/products/t ... eapots.htm

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by Victoria » Jul 14th, '08, 02:40

Thanks so much!! Yes Hankook is the one Chip bought from, but there site is not up and running. I really like the white set their pictures.

Thanks again for the links!

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by Chip » Jul 14th, '08, 03:05

Victoria wrote:Thanks so much!! Yes Hankook is the one Chip bought from, but there site is not up and running. I really like the white set their pictures.

Thanks again for the links!
Yes, Hankook's domestic site has been down since before the Expo. They said it would be up in a few weeks. :roll: I wanted to check some other stuff out. I like what I got. Perfect for premo Gyokuro since they are only 2ish ounces.

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by Victoria » Jul 14th, '08, 03:16

I can't wrap my mind around a 2 oz pot.
So the yield is like one sip?

The matching cups are actually thimbles?

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by Chip » Jul 14th, '08, 03:26

:lol: No, the pot that resembles a gyokuro pot yields exactly as much as it takes to fill the approximately 2 ounce cup. The pot by a manufacturer standard would likely hold 2.5 ounces up to the pot's lip.

The cup will yield 3 slurpy sips of divine elixir.

This is ONLY for super premium Gyokuro enjoyment. The prescibed ratio of grams leaf to ounces water is a whopping 2:1. It is really rich and elegant.

Off subject a bit...the leaf is then eaten with soy sauce or with rice, etc.

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by olivierco » Jul 14th, '08, 03:29

Chip wrote::lol: No, the pot that resembles a gyokuro pot yields exactly as much as it takes to fill the approximately 2 ounce cup. The pot by a manufacturer standard would likely hold 2.5 ounces up to the pot's lip.

The cup will yield 3 slurpy sips of divine elixir.

This is ONLY for super premium Gyokuro enjoyment. The prescibed ratio of grams leaf to ounces water is a whopping 2:1. It is really rich and elegant.

Off subject a bit...the leaf is then eaten with soy sauce or with rice, etc.
Could we have a picture?

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by cane » Jul 14th, '08, 12:33

Victoria wrote:Thanks so much!! Yes Hankook is the one Chip bought from, but there site is not up and running. I really like the white set their pictures.

Thanks again for the links!
I would second Hankook, they have some very nice items and have always been very nice when I have spoken with them. It is where my Korean tea set came from
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I would suggest trying to email or calling them them if you are interested in placing an order. I dont see tea sets listed online, they have some cups and such though.
http://hankooktea.com/index.php

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by Victoria » Jul 14th, '08, 14:28

Yes, Cane - I have been admiring yours!!

Thank you!

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by Chip » Jul 14th, '08, 16:16

olivierco wrote: Could we have a picture?
I will work on it...I am long overdue on sharing photos.

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by hop_goblin » Jul 14th, '08, 17:59

cane wrote:
Victoria wrote:Thanks so much!! Yes Hankook is the one Chip bought from, but there site is not up and running. I really like the white set their pictures.

Thanks again for the links!
I would second Hankook, they have some very nice items and have always been very nice when I have spoken with them. It is where my Korean tea set came from
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I would suggest trying to email or calling them them if you are interested in placing an order. I dont see tea sets listed online, they have some cups and such though.
http://hankooktea.com/index.php
Nice piece of hardware! I especially like the Cha hei

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by chrl42 » Jul 14th, '08, 21:57

cane wrote:
Victoria wrote:Thanks so much!! Yes Hankook is the one Chip bought from, but there site is not up and running. I really like the white set their pictures.

Thanks again for the links!
I would second Hankook, they have some very nice items and have always been very nice when I have spoken with them. It is where my Korean tea set came from
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I would suggest trying to email or calling them them if you are interested in placing an order. I dont see tea sets listed online, they have some cups and such though.
http://hankooktea.com/index.php
Or you could PM me, me can kindly translate words for you :)

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by Victoria » Jul 14th, '08, 22:24

Thank you - that is very kind of you!
I'll let you know.
:)

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by lastcoyote » Aug 29th, '08, 07:55

anyone know where I can get these korean tea cups from?:

http://bp0.blogger.com/_RjHPbIOPmac/SDY ... 40533s.jpg

they are stephane's own cups at tea masters. he doesn't know where they were from because they were a gift to him.

really would like something like these..so any suggestions of similar stuff would be welcome :D

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