Korean tea culture is a significant part of Korean society. Its history different from the tea culture of other countries because all classes took part in tea ceremonies. However, coffee has quickly overtaken the consumption of tea, but tea is still an integral part of Korean culture.
These eight teas will leave your mouth watering and motivate you to take care of your health.
This popular tea is commonly drunk during the winter season. It is made from Yuja, a citrus fruit resembling a small grapefruit and a cousin to the mandarin.
Yuja tea is made from yuja-cheong, yuja preserved marmalade, and hot water.
Yuja relieves coughing, hangovers, and indigestion. King Sejong was a huge advocate for this special Korean tea.
This tea will send your taste buds into a frenzy. It tastes bitter, sweet, sour, salty and pungent. Dried magnolia berries are the main ingredient for this tea.
Omija-cha relieves fatigue and thirst, making it a summer essential.