I enjoy drinking tea more than coffee. When I heard there is a Tea cafe called Tealosophy in Daejeon, South Korea, I knew I had to take a visit! Tealosophy Instagram (티로소피 website only in korean). It’s a tea Sommelier school and a cafe. The school is in a building next to the cafe.
A very nice, cute and relaxing ambiance. A variety of smooth jazz, bossa nova, and relaxing pop songs. I really enjoyed the atmosphere. The people that run the place are very polite and friendly.
I ordered Set 1. It includes your choice of tea, scones or macarons and a pastry. I ordered the Sangria tea. It tasted similar to Hibiscus. The scones were nice and fluffy. In fact, it was the first time I’ve ever had fluffy, flaky scones. Reminded me of Pillsbury Grands biscuits. You can find photos of their MENU & English hours HERE! They have so many creative varieties of tea!
They also sell their tea. It’s pricey. A box of 20 servings is ₩25,000 (~$22). A box of 7 servings is ₩7,000 (~$5). I’m a cheap ass, so I kept walking until I found the cheapest tea I could buy. 1 serving is ₩1,700 (~$1.50). I haven’t tried it yet but the flavors sound like something I’ll enjoy.
Very easy to find from Tanbang station Exit 5. Just follow the street until you get to the biggest red dot in the photo. I recommend it if you’re in Daejeon and enjoy tea. 🙂