Bay salt by Myeongin Myeongchon
Mastered by mr. Park
Salt from Park Seong-chun is harvested from August till October, during the warmest months of the year. The salt crystals are fine as dragonfly wings and they melt on the tongue. Because of the slow evaporation in the sunny wads, all bitterness fades away and the salt obtains an incomparably mild taste.
Weight : 120gr
Tomato with red peppers and fried anchovish or shrimps by Myeongin Myeongchon12.50€
Mastered by miss Guk
This guchujang paste is made by traditional way, uses the most pure ingredients form their own village Sunchang.
It is a little detail that gives an uniique flavour to the Korean kitchen.
Weight : 120gr
Brown rice brut by Myeongin Myeongchon12.50€
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
Mandarin snack by Myeongin Myeongchon12.50€
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