Brown rice brut
Mastered by miss Han.
Just like in Japan, round grain rice is commonly eaten in Korea, rather than long grain rice. Its bran, rich in fibres, can be difficult to digest. That is why fermentation is a great help. It improves the nutritional value as it boosts the intestinal flora and guarantees a light digestion. And above all: it brings about a sensational flavour.
Weight : 1kg
Mastered by mr. Gang
Suyeon someyon are exceptional noodles, completely handcrafted in twelve different phases of production. The noodles undergo a fermentation process eight times, until all taste of flour has faned away and they have obtained their own exclusive texture and taste.
8 times manually treated.
Weight : 200gr
Plum soybean paste12.00€ – 22.50€
Mastered by miss Jeong.
This soy paste is made of biological soy, sea salt from Sinan (South- Korea) and sea water of a rare purity. In Uljin, a province in North- Gyengsang, this sea water has been used for centuries to produce soy paste. Until today.
Weight : 120gr / 300gr
Jeju fish sauce8.50€
This sauce is the result of the traditional process of year-long fermentation of fish that is caught along the shores of Jeju, a volcanic island in South-Korea. The sauce is filtered two or three times. It is concentrated and adds some spiced flavour to any dish.
Weight : 200ml