Cha (Korean Tea)

Locator map of Korea.Image via Wikipedia
"Records of tea offerings in Korea go back as far as 661 A.D. when the spirits of revered monks were toasted inside Buddhist temples. During the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), the aristocracy used tea for various rites of passage."

this month Kilter spotlights Cha (Korean Tea),
surprise, surprise its not what we'd expected . . .


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