Ottogi Yuja Cha / Yuzutee
Sweet Korean honey tea with lemons
This honey tea from Ottogi with its refreshing, lemony aroma is drunk in Korea especially during the winter season when people have colds. And in Europe, too, this tea is finding more and more fans. One glass contains liquid fruit concentrate with honey. The citrus fruits are cut very finely and soaked in honey for at least half a month. Due to the gentle preparation, most of the plant substances and vitamins pass into the honey.
- Made from real honey and citrus fruits, without artificial colouring, without caffeine.
- Try the honey tea also as a topping for pastries and desserts, on toast, in a smoothie, with yoghurt
- Wonderfully fragrant aroma and a sweet spice in every sip
Preparation: Put a tablespoon of the honey-lemon mixture in a cup, pour about 150 ml of boiling water over it and stir well. The honey tea is also delicious cold. Simply stir a tablespoon into cold water and add a few ice cubes if desired. Enjoy the unique taste of refreshing citrus fruits.
Korea has been using the power of herbs and fruits for many centuries, while here in Europe they are only slowly finding their way back into home pharmacies. So there are many Korean teas made from healthy and delicious ingredients such as lemon (or yuzu), jujube, barley or corn silk. Each tea has its own positive effects on our health. Browse our selection of the best honey and fruit teas from Korea.
Ingredients: Yuja (yuzu), carageen, refined sugar, citric acid, ascorbic acid, purified water, lemon juice.
Nutritional values 100 g: 275 kcal – Carbohydrates: 70 g (of which sugar 65 g) – Protein: 0 g – Fat: 0 g – Salt: 125 mg
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