12 Kinds of tea you can find in Korea in one handy infographic

12 Kinds of tea you can find in Korea in one handy infographic

Korean tea sweets and wooden tray that makes them #PhotojournalismKorea #KoreanDesign

한식 전통차과 약과 - Traditional Korean tea and sweets called 'Yakgwa'. A bite sized treat made from honey, sesame oil, and wheat flour. The tea serves as a balance to it's sweet counterpart.

I keep this in the fridge through the school year and use it every time my kids even sniffle.  Helps us get well from flu and colds much faster.   Lemon, Ginger, and Honey Korean Tea Base.  Can be given as a gift.  Use it for a sore throat.  Add to hot water, or hot tea.

Lemon, Ginger, and Honey Korean Tea Base. Can be given as a gift. Use it for a sore throat. Add to hot water, or hot tea.

Korean Citron Tea~1/2 cup hot water and 1 Tbsp. tea.~Yummy! Yuja cha is good for colds, coughs, headaches and chills because it contains a lot of vitamin C, which is effective in preventing colds and fatigue recovery. It can also help people recover from colds quickly, by causing perspiration to bring down a fever. It also helps sooth the inflammation in throats and coughs.

Yujacha (유자차) (yuzucha in Japanese) - Korean Citron Tea. cup hot water and 1 Tbsp.

Sujeonggwa- cinnamon-y ginger tea drink.

Sujeonggwa- this is a cold/room temperature tea we drank in Korea, like a dessert tea. It was fantastic.

Korean Ginger Jujube Cinnamon Tea Recipe 생강 대추 계피차

Korean Ginger Jujube Cinnamon Tea Recipe 생강 대추 계피차

An herbal remedy, yujacha is a traditional Korean tea. It's soothing and delicious, a feel-good drink for winter sickness. Here's how to make it.

How to make Korean honey lemon tea: an herbal remedy

An herbal remedy, yujacha is a traditional Korean tea. It's soothing and delicious, a feel-good drink for winter sickness. Here's how to make it.

Korea is a huge tea drinking country. There are so many varieties of Korean tea. The choices are infinite. I can’t go over every single one of them, but here is a list of some of my favs #ontheblog

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Korea is a huge tea drinking country. There are so many varieties of Korean tea. The choices are infinite. I can’t go over every single one of them, but here is a list of some of my favs #ontheblog

TRADITIONAL TEAS TO RELAX YOUR MIND AND BODY - Korea has variety of increasingly trendy teas as the Koreans show more interest in having a healthy lifestyle. Koreans are very conscious about their shape and health and tea is known to be both very good for our health and maintaining our good shape as well.

TEA FOR HEALTH 1 tablespoon China black tea 2 teaspoon fennel 1 teaspoon mint 2 teaspoon rose hips 1 teaspoon elder flower 2 teaspoon hops 1 teaspoon mullein 1 teaspoon white oak

#Korean Afternoon #Tea Set that includes Korean tea and assorted traditional sweets and rice cakes served in a beautiful Korean wooden box. #RiceCakes

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Korean Afternoon Tea Set that includes Korean tea and assorted traditional sweets and rice cakes served in a beautiful Korean wooden box.

citrus tea - 5 Must-have Korean Teas This Winter Korean tea brews are infused with various fruits, flowers, roots and leaves and are known for their healthy and medicinal properties.

5 Must-have Korean Teas This Winter

Gyulgang cha (귤강차): the skin of mandarin oranges is dried and cleaned, and then it is boiled in water. Serve the boiled water with honey (source)

수정과 Sujeonggwa (Dried Persimmon, Cinnamon, and Ginger Tea, excellent served cold!)

수정과 Sujeonggwa (Dried Persimmon, Cinnamon, and Ginger Tea, excellent served cold!

유자차 (Yujacha) is a traditional Korean tea (herbal tea) made from citron. Yuja fruit is thinly sliced with its peel and combined with honey or sugar, prepared as fruit preserves. The fruit is so prepared because of its otherwise sour and somewhat bitter taste.

유자차 (Yujacha, Citron tea) is a traditional Korean tea made from citron. Due to it's bitter & sour taste, citrons are often julienned, preserved in honey before served as a tea.

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