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Korean Tea?

Pei | Jul 1, 2006 04:32 AM

Are there shops in Ktown dedicated to tea? I'm talking about places like Ten Ren for the Chinese community.

Specifically, I'm looking for a very good version (rich, nutty, creamy) version of yulmucha. Yulmucha is made of a variety of nuts, but mainly adlay, pine nuts (Job's tears), arrowroot, walnuts, etc.

I've gotten a few versions at the markets, but they're insipid and sugary, not at all like I've had in tea shops. Perhaps I need to be mixing my own like a Korean mom. If that's the case, I'll post on Home Cooking. Thanks!

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