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Taste of Korea: Exploring the World of Healthy Korean Drinks

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While soju is most popular alcoholic beverage of South Korea, there are many more healthy Korean drinks that are packed with health benefits!

Apart from its mastery in food and alcoholic drinks, South Korea has a variety of traditional healthy drinks. There are many fans of the traditional Korean drinks across the world. This is because of the many health benefits they offer. Most of these healthy Korean drinks are made from natural ingredients and are pretty easy to make.

Yuja-cha (Citron Tea)

It is the traditional Korean tea made with Yuja, a hybrid variety of citrus, a hard, lemon-scented fruit. The tea is caffeine-free and is conventionally hot. It is also a traditional cold remedy. Citron tea is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants which can help in boosting your immune system.

Damtuh Korean Honey Citron Tea

Sikhye

This traditional Korean healthy drink can prevent dehydration and relieve aches. Made from rice, this sweet drink is often consumed as dessert in Korea after meals. It’s a light and refreshing drink with a unique combination of sweetness, malty flavor, and a hint of chewiness from the cooked rice. While being a dessert option, it also has many benefits provided you moderate its consumption. It can potentially aid in digestion, contains probiotics, and can be a source of energy because of carbohydrates.

Paldo Fun & Yum Vilac Shikhye

Bori-cha (Barley Tea)

It is a popular South Korean drink that is made from roasted barley. It is a calorie-free drink that is rich in anti-oxidants, making it a great alternative to sugary drinks.. It is a refreshing and hydrating option for people looking for healthy Korean drinks. It also helps in improving digestion and blood circulation. 

DAMTUH Korean Traditional Tea Barley Tea
Barley Tea | Wikipedia

Kombucha

Although not originally Korean, Kombucha has become quite popular in the country and across the world. Kombucha boasts a unique taste profile. It’s typically described as fizzy and sour, with a hint of sweetness depending on the type of tea and any added flavorings. It is claimed to offer a variety of health benefits, including promoting gut health through probiotics, weight management, and overall wellness.

Osulloc Kombucha Tea healthy korean drinks

Insam-cha (Korean Red Ginseng Tea)

Ginseng is one of the most popular traditional medicinal ingredient in South Korea. It is packed with several health benefits, including potential to help in weight loss. Conventionally, it has a bitter and earthy taste. You can add honey or sugar to sweeten the drink as per your preference. Ginseng is also known to boost energy, metabolism, and improve mood. 

Prince Of Peace Instant Korean Panax Ginseng Tea healthy korean drinks

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