Have you ever tried fruit-based tea? In South Korea, people not only make tea from cured or fresh leaves of Camellia sinensis, but also from flowers, fruits, vegetables, and more! They even make tea from corn husks! One of the most popular types of tea in Korea is ‘maesil cha,’ otherwise known as Korean green plum tea! This fruity sweet and tangy tea is the perfect refreshing drink. It takes less than a minute to make. Learn how below!
Are you a fan of tea? Across the globe, tea is notably the second most widely consumed drink after water. This love of tea is no exception in South Korea. You will find that tea is an incredibly important part of their cultural identity. When traveling to South Korea, you will find countless types of teas available on the market. While some are common and available across the globe, others are very unique–you may have never heard of or tried them. So, here, we will list 10 popular Korean teas to try at home!