Han Tea

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From Damtuh

In order to remove the strong and bitter taste of ordinary Ssang Hwa Tea (Herbal tonic tea) products, we came up with the optimal combination of fresh arrow root, ginger, and jujube extracts.
Our product provides a lively nutty taste with sliced jujube, almonds, and pine-nuts added. It is a healthy beverage for everyone.

Most of the ingredients including jujube are processed through up-to-date technology, namely, the vacuum freeze drying system.
Through the system the colors, texture, and aroma of the ingredients are kept in their original state.
In particular, adding it to water, will recover their shape of each ingredient.
The shape is very close to the original state of the ingredient prior to the drying stage.
This doubles the freshness of our products and that is our unique advantages that differentiates us from others.

Major ingredients:
Jujubes, pine nuts, almonds, concentrated ginger powder, and concentrated Ssang Hwa Tea (Herbal tonic tea) powder

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Han Tea which is a blend of Jujubes, pine nuts, ginger,almonds, and concentrated Ssang Hwa Tea powder. This one smells a lot like nuts, brown sugar, dates, and dried fruit. It is super sweet, almost syrupy, and adding water to it makes it even sweeter.

This tea is an odd one, it starts out really sweet, like brown sugar oatmeal with dates and nuttiness, but it has a distinctly herbal bitterness at the finish that makes it a bit unpleasant. Also the nuts and bits floating around in the tea kept causing me issues, sadly I ended up dumping this one down the drain.

For blog and photos: http://ramblingbutterflythoughts.blogspot.com/2014/07/an-international-tea-adventure-with.html

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