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. Have you ever tried it before?
12 Kinds of tea you can find in Korea in one handy infographic
Korean tea cookies or Dasik (다식 茶食) are wonderfully light, mildly sweet and melt-in-your mouth sweets that date all the way back to the 17th century. My ancestors prepared this very traditional, gluten free and vegan Korean treats for Lunar New Years in Korea.
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.
Ginseng, Pine Pollen and Honey: Five Korean Teas - For a nation the size of Portugal, Korea produces a staggering number of herbal and fruit teas. Pine pollen and honey tea. Ginseng, ginger and jujube tea. Infusions made from roasted corn and Job’s Tears. Such variety makes sense when you consider the richness of their landscape: both hardwood deciduous and coniferous forests filled with fruits, roots, nuts, seeds, blossoms, leaves, herbs and berries.