Are you looking for a light and refreshing beverage to enjoy at home? If so, try making Korean ‘omija cha.’ This delicious Schisandra tea is a healthy option to replace your water or other drinks of choice! Learn how to make this delicious Korean tea recipe here!
The Schisandra Chinensis, commonly known as the Schisandra vine, magnolia vine, or Chinese magnolia vine, is a variety of plant native to the forests of Northern China, the Russian Far East, and the Korean Peninsula. The berries are commonly known as the schisandra berry, five-flavor fruit, five-flavor berry, magnolia berry, and more. In South Korea, people refer to this fruit solely as ‘omija’ (오미자). Literally, this means ‘five flavors.’