[Incha] Samgyetang Broth Tea Bags

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[Incha] Samgyetang Broth Tea Bags

Deep-tasting broth, herbal aroma

[Incha] Samgyetang Broth Tea Bags


Incha's Samgyetang Broth Tea Bags produce a deeply fragrant, herbal broth. 

As soon as you open the package, you'll smell a strong aroma of Korean medicine herbs. (It actually reminds me of stepping into my uncle's herbal medicine shop in Jeonju.) Each tea bag is stuffed with 7 different kinds of medicinal herbs (listed below) that are each grown here in Korea - not sourced from China.

These broth bags produce a richer, deeper flavor than other Samgyetang broth packs. The aroma of the medicinal herbs is also much more pronounced - which older people really enjoy. When cooking, we recommend adding 6-8 cloves of fresh garlic and a few stalks of spring onion to the broth as well. The addition of fresh aromatics makes for an incredible taste.

If you've had Samgyetang before and prefer a strong herbal broth, this is the perfect product!

Note: The package comes with 3 broth tea bags.

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04/28/2019

Pure, clean taste with a hint of herbal essence

Samgyetang is one of my many favorite Korean dishes.. I really like the clean, refreshing broth created by the chicken and herbs. I have lived in places where it's difficult to get all the herbal ingredients needed, so I usually try to find pre-packaged broth bags. I've only tried two other brands besides this one, but this one (Incha) is by far the best. Personally, I really enjoy the herbal flavors in the broth and this broth bag provides a stronger herbal flavor than previous ones. For those who are sensitive to smells, this broth bag can give off a strong herbal fragrance, so it may be a good idea to crack a window open or run a fan while cooking this dish.

Product Highlights

  • Perfect for making Samgyetang at home!
  • 100% natural, high-quality herbal ingredients - all grown in Korea
  • Creates a deep-tasting, herbal broth in 20-30 minutes.
  • 1 package (contains 3 tea bags)
Product In Brief

Main Ingredients

Siberian Ginseng (20g), Milkvetch Root (20g), Angelica Root (10g)

Castor Aralia (20g), Cnidium Officinale (10g) 

Jujube (10g), Oriental Raisin Tree (10g)

    Storage Tips

    Expiration period: 3 years

    Before opening, store in a cool, dry area

    After opening, store in a cool, dry area

      What to Make

      Samgyetang (Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup)

        About the Brand

        Incha is a Korean company that specializes in traditional, local herbal ingredients. They have a wide variety of herbal products - including dried roots, herbal teas, powders and extracts.

          Package instructions for Samgyetang

          Required Ingredients: Whole Chicken, Water (2L), Samgyetang Tea Bag 

          (1) Fill a large pot with 2L of water. Drop a Samgyetang broth tea bag in the water. Boil for 20-30 minutes.
          (2) Afterwards, place in the whole chicken. Then continue to cook for 40-60 minutes. 

          Note: Add fresh aromatic ingredients to the broth for better flavor: Garlic, Chestnut, Ginko Nuts 

           Do you have a video recipe? 

          Product faq

          Q: Where are the herbal ingredients from?
          Q: How many servings can I make with this?
          Q: Does it come with a teabag?
          Q: Can I re-use the bag?

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          About The Brand

          Incha is a Korean company that specializes in procuring and selling traditional herbal ingredients that are locally grown. They have a wide variety of herbal products - including dried roots, herbal teas, powders and extracts.

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