What’s the latest tea craze and why is it so popular? Well, if I was to guess I’d have to say anything healthy these days has an impact, however, when it’s healthy, nutritious and just damn good – you’ve got a winner! What you ask am I talking about, General Ming’s Yazu+ Honey Ginger Tea.
Unlike many teas, General Ming’s unique fruit teas have excited the senses and awakened a resurgence in Korean tea. Yazu + Jujube Tea gets its amazing flavor and sweet aroma from extracts after the fruit is boiled. Rich in vitamin A, B1, B2 and C, Yazu+ Jujube is a full flavored tea with all the health benefits to make your nutritionist jealous.
We’ve said it before, but we’ll say it again, and again and again – we’re crazy about the new wave coming out of Korea. Forget K-Pop, Psy or perfected plastic surgery. We’re talking about the delicious, succulent taste bud popping sensation – Yazu tea by tea makers General Ming’s. Honoring the old style recipe passed […]
Korean tea is the biggest worldwide craze at the moment, and tea enthusiasts all over the world get to savor the unique taste of Korean tea. It is however not all about the flavor with this new craze.
Darye or Korean traditional tea ceremony is a sort of formal ceremony with a long tradition, spanning over a thousand years. It is now beginning to gain popularity once more in Korea over the recent years, mostly as a form of bringing harmony and relaxation to an
otherwise busy schedule.
Tea as a beverage has been part of human culture for many years, and has been taken largely for its proposed medicinal value. Tea over history has been taken to improve general wellness as well as relieve pain.
Well, Generalmings does! A South Korean native, bamboo leaf tea is now very popular all over the world. It is believed to have been used for over a hundred years, although more for its healing properties than as a refreshing drink. Korean bamboo leaf tea is now sold all over the world including over the […]
The Korean Tea was always an herbal drink in earlier centuries with absolutely no connection with taste. Korean tea also used bamboo leaves to serve many physical and mental illnesses.