Mastered by miss OH J.
The specific taste and smell of tangerines appeals to all of our five senses. These delicacies, or ‘gwajeul’, literally ‘sugared sweets’, contain no chemicals nor preservatives, in order to maintain the authentic flavour of the tangerine.
Weight : 150gr
Ginger tea syrup21.00€
Mastered by Lee Duk-ja
Lee Duk-ja cultivates native ginger by herself. Ginger tea syrup is made of native ginger, pear juice, and herb extract, and is naturally fermented for ten days.
Application: Ideal for the immunity with hot water as tea or as vinaigrette.
Content : 200ml
Mastered in Insan village.
Sea salt is stuffed into bamboo tubes, and the ends pugged with miniral)rich clay. The assembly is roasted up to as many as 8 times in a pine wood kiln. Therefore it requires a very long process. The trace elements in the clay and bamboo are thought to make this form of salt more healthy.
Weight : 120gr
Mastered by mr. Yoon.
Once upon a time people believed that sesame oil ‘gave life’ to people and it was considered as very valuable. Sesame oil is still produced with traditional methods. The refinery process in three phases expels all impurities and preserves the typical flavour of the sesame seeds.