Traditional Korean Ginger Tea
[Ssanghwa Tea Room] Korean Ginger Tea (Saenggang-cha)
Ginger tea has a long history in traditional herbal medicine in Korea.
Ginger tea is pronounced “Saenggang-cha” (생강차) in Korean.
Today, we introduce an artisan-made Ginger Tea from Ssanghwa Tea Room.
We selected this brand as it tastes amazing and it's locally made in Yangpyeong County (not mass-produced in a factory).
The ginger used in this tea is grown locally here in Korea (in Seosan County).
More importantly – this ginger tea is not overly-spicy!
The mixture is well-balanced with granules of natural honey (85% Ginger, 15% Honey).
It can be consumed by anyone in the family - including young children.
Furthermore, this tea is made of granules (as opposed to powder) that dissolve instantly into hot water and release a deep flavor.
How are the granules made?
Locally-grown ginger and honey are each boiled into a thick essence (or extract). The liquid extracts are then completely dehydrated – into solid form - then grated into small granular droplets.
To make Korean Ginger tea, simply pour-in 1 spoonful (measuring cup provided) into a mug. Then pour-in roughly 2/3 Cup of hot water (add more if it tastes too strong).
Personally, we like to add-in a drizzle of organic honey as well (but that’s up to you).
If you’re looking for a healthy tea to drink after meals, consider a cup of soothing Korean Ginger Tea.
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- Traditional tea is produced by tea artisans in Yangpyeong - not mass produced in a factory!
- All ingredients in tea are Korea-grown
- Available in 340g bottle
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Korean Cinnamon Tea (Sujeonggwa)
Tea mixture comes in small-sized, granular droplets - dissolves instantly in water!
How are the droplets made?
Premium-grade, natural cinnamon, honey and ginger are first boiled into an essence - then completely dehydrated and finely grated into granular droplets.
These droplets release a deeper flavor (than powder) when dissolved.
To make traditional Sujeonggwa Tea, simply mix a spoonful with hot water.
To make Iced Sujeonggwa Punch, mix with cold water + crushed ice.
This Sujeonggwa tea has a balanced flavor - as the mixture includes granules of natural honey!
This tea is not overly spicy - delicious for new-timers!
Produced in Yangpyeong County (Gyeonggi Province)
This premium tea is produced by a husband & wife team in Yangyang County (not mass produced in a factory). The duo are specialists in sourcing premium-grade Hanyak (Herbal Medicine) ingredients and making traditional tea with them (video below).
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