Refreshing, Sweet and Tart
[Sinsung F&B] Jeju Hallabong Tea
Hallabong is a special tangerine that grows near Hallasan Mountain in Korea's Jeju Island.
Hallabong has become the representative fruit of Jeju island. When you take a trip to Jeju, it's almost a given to buy a box of Hallabong and to peel and munch on it throughout your trip. The tangerine is large and its flesh is very sweet and soft. Many Koreans love Hallabong because its juice is sweeter and contains more Vitamin C than regular tangerines or oranges.
This iconic fruit comes into season only during the winter. To enjoy throughout the year, farmers take remaining fruits and turn them marmalade by mixing equal parts Hallabong and sugar.
Take a few spoonfuls of this Hallabong marmalade and mix with hot water to make yourself a soothing tea. Or to make an incredible Summer Salad Vinaigrette. Either way, enjoy the taste of Jeju!
Absolutely loved this tea! Barely had it for about two weeks and am almost out, definitely a good buy!
- Made with Jeju's famous Hallabong Tangerines
- Use it to make hot tea, salad dressing, or as a marmalade on baked goods
- Available in large jar - 950 grams
Jeju Hallabong Tangerine (50%), Sugar (50%)
Expiration period: 2 years
Before opening, keep in refrigerator
After opening, keep in refrigerator
What to Make
Hot Tea & Iced Tea
About the Brand
Sinsung F&B is a holding company that owns a variety of popular, healthy food brands in Korea. The brands include Momaejowha (dried herbal roots and teas) and Haemalgeum (fruit tea and marmalade).
what can i make with it?
Tea: Pour a few scoops into a cup. Pour with hot water
Iced Tea: Pour a few scoops into a cup. Add sparkling water & ice cubes.
Salad Dressing: Mix Hallabong Marmalade, Vinegar, Olive Oil (at a 4:1:1 ratio)
Sangria: Mix Wine & Hallabong Marmalade (at a 3:1 ratio) and let it sit overnight (or half a day)
Marmalade Spread: Spread the Hallabong Marmalade over muffins, pancakes and/or other baked goods
Also contains 19mg of Vitamin C per serving (19% of daily serving)
A: Yes it comes in a sturdy glass jar - used it afterwards to store Kimchi or other banchans.
A: They are grown in Korea's main island called Jeju - famous for its natural beauty!
A: Keep it in the refrigerator.
A: Use it to make a refreshing iced tea, light salad dressing, sangria or as a marmalade over baked goods.
A: Korea. All products in Gochujar are made in Korea!
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About The Brand
Sinsung F&B is a holding company that owns a variety of popular, healthy food brands in Korea. The brands include Momaejowha (dried herbal roots and teas) and Haemalgeum (fruit tea and maramlade).