Forget lemon and honey, Korean yuzu tea is the perfect soothing winter warmer. Indeed, in Korea the yuzu fruit is thought to carry medicinal properties and
Korean yuzu tea is often consumed to relieve the symptoms of colds and flus. Korean yuzu tea comes in the form of a sweet but tart marmalade, made from yuzu and honey. One or two teaspoons dissolve in a cup of hot water to make a delightfully perfumed and soothing hot drink.
This thick yuzu syrup is made with both the flesh and peel of the yuzu fruit. We’ve found that once you finish a cup of Korean yuzu tea eating the pieces of tangy yuzu peel at the bottom becomes almost as enjoyable as the tea itself!
And if you're stuck for ideas on how to finish off the rest of the jar, try this simple recipe for Korean Yuzu Salad Dressing.
Ingredients Serves: 1
- 1-2 tsp Korean yuzu tea
- Small sprig of rosemary (optional)
- Simply add the yuzu tea and rosemary to a mug of freshly boiled water.
- Stir well to dissolve the yuzu tea and serve.