Korean tea

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Korean tea is a beverage consisting of boiled water infused with leaves (such as the tea plant Camellia sinensis), roots, flowers, fruits, grains, edible mushrooms, or seaweed.wikipedia
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Omija-cha

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In practice, however, Labrador tea and fruit teas, such as magnolia berry tea and goji berry tea, were more widely used in the Samhan Era instead.
Omija-cha or magnolia berry tea is a traditional Korean tea made from dried magnolia berries—omija in Korean.

Jesa

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The word charye (, "tea rite"), cognate to darye, now refers to jesa (ancestral rite).

Jaekseol tea

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Jaekseol-cha, whose name shares the same origin as the green tea jakseol, is a traditional black tea variety from Hadong in South Gyeongsang Province.
Jaekseol-cha is a traditional black tea produced in Hadong County, South Gyeongsang Province in South Korea.

Persimmon leaf tea

Gamnip-cha
Gamnip-cha or persimmon leaf tea is a traditional Korean tea made from the dried leaves of Oriental persimmon.

Ssukcha

Ssukcha, also called mugwort tea or wormwood tea, is a traditional Korean tea made from Korean mugwort (called ssuk in Korean).

Peach blossom tea

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Dohwa-cha or peach flower tea is a traditional Korean tea made from the dried peach flowers.

Plum blossom tea

Maehwa-cha
Maehwa-cha or plum blossom tea is a traditional Korean tea made by infusing dried flowers of Korean plum in hot water.

Jujube tea

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Daechu-cha is a traditional Korean tea made from jujubes.

Maesil-cha

Maesil-cha or plum tea is a traditional Korean tea made from maesil (fresh plums), omae (smoked plums), or maesil-cheong (plum syrup).

Ogwa-cha

Ogwacha
Ogwa-cha or five fruit tea is a traditional Korean tea made with walnut, ginkgo, jujube, chestnut, and gotgam (dried persimmon).

Mogwa-cha

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Mogwa-cha or quince tea is a traditional Korean tea made with Chinese quince.

Yuja tea

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Yuja-cha or yuja tea is a traditional Korean tea made by mixing hot water with yuja-cheong (yuja marmalade).

Green tea

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* Nokcha ("green tea")
Green tea is not as popular as coffee or other types of Korean teas in modern South Korea.

Korean tea ceremony

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The royal family and aristocracy used tea for simple rites, a practice referred to as darye (, "tea rite"), which is often translated as "etiquette for tea".

Corn tea

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Oksusu-cha or corn tea is a traditional Korean tea made from corn.

Arrowroot tea

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Arrowroot tea, also called kudzu tea, is a traditional Japanese and Korean tea made from East Asian arrowroot, a type of kudzu.

Ginseng tea

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Ginseng tea or insam-cha ( insam means ginseng and cha means tea in Korean) is a traditional Korean tea made with ginseng.

Morus alba

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The leaves are prepared as tea in Korea.

Smoked plum

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In Korea, smoked plums are used to make traditional teas and drinks such as omae-cha (smoked plum tea) and jeho-tang (medicinal summer drink).

Buckwheat tea

Memil-cha
Like other traditional Korean teas, memil-cha can be drunk either warm or cold and is sometimes served in place of water.

Jeho-tang

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Jeho-tang is a traditional Korean cold drink made with honey and several ingredients used in traditional Korean medicine.

Ssanghwa-tang

Ssanghwa-tang or ssanghwa-cha is a traditional Korean tea with deep brown colour and a slightly bitter taste.

Cinnamon tea

Gyepi-cha
Gyepi-cha ("cinnamon tea") is a traditional Korean tea made from cassia cinnamon barks.

Schisandra chinensis

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The cordial drink made from the berries is called omija-cha, meaning "omija tea"; see Korean tea.

Kelp tea

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Kelp tea is a traditional Japanese and Korean tea made by infusing kelp in hot water.