Korean alcohol

In Korea you constantly keep the glasses filled. While you always pour drinks for others, you never fill your own glass. When pouring you hold the bottle with your right hand, the left hand supports the bottle or is placed below the right elbow. Pouring drinks for close friends can be done with one hand, however only your right.


복분자주

Bokbunja-ju

4 cl

€ 4,80
Wild raspberry wine

A fruit wine made from the wild, black raspberry Bokbunja. The drink is produced through fermentation. An alcohol content of 14% ABV, the deep red coloration and its modest sweetness distinguish it.

Korean alcohol

for one person, Korean, alcoholic

막걸리

Makgeolli

0,75 l

€ 9,80
alcoholic rice drink

The milky, cloudy drink made from rice is in its form probably the oldest alcoholic drink in Korea. The taste reminds of over-fermented cider to which starch and acid have been added. Its alcohol content is about 6-8% ABV.

Makgeolli promotes digestion, strengthens the immune system and acts rejuvenating. This traditional drink is poured with ladles into drinking bowls and has recently enjoyed a revival, especially among the youth of Korea and Japan.

Korean alcohol

for multiple people, Korean

바나나 막걸리

Makgeolli banana

0,75 l

€ 9,80
alcoholic rice drink with banana flavor

The milky, cloudy drink made from rice is in its form probably the oldest alcoholic drink in Korea. The taste reminds of over-fermented cider to which starch and acid have been added. Its alcohol content is about 6-8% ABV.

Makgeolli promotes digestion, strengthens the immune system and acts rejuvenating. This traditional drink is poured with ladles into drinking bowls and has recently enjoyed a revival, especially among the youth of Korea and Japan. Infused with banana flavor, the drink becomes very agreeable.

Korean alcohol

for multiple people, Korean

청하

ChungHa

0,33 l

€ 9,80
Rice wine

ChungHa ("clear wine") is similar to Japanese sake a rice wine with 13% ABV that is poured using the same customs as soju and drank predominantly cold.

Korean alcohol

for multiple people, Korean, alcoholic

소주

Soju

0,33 l

€ 9,80
Korean national drink

Soju is by far the most popular alcoholic beverage in Korea. It is distilled from rice together with sweet potatoes, wheat or barley, the resulting spirit is clear and mild, a very pleasant drinking experience with its 19.5% ABV.

When pouring you hold the bottle with your right hand. The left hand supports the bottle or is placed below the right elbow. Be mindful to keep everyones glasses constantly filled. You never pour your own drink but the drinks of others at the table. Of special importance here are your elders, making sure to always pour their drinks first when refilling. Pouring drinks for close friends can be done with one hand, however only your right.

Korean alcohol

for multiple people, Korean, alcoholic

딸기 소주

Strawberry Soju

360 ml bottle

€ 9,50
Soju with strawberry flavor

Korean Soju with strawberry flavor. Fruity, smooth Soju with a surprisingly intense strawberry flavor. This Mixju, that is Soju infused with flavor is well liked, not just by Soju connoisseurs. Clear and mild with an alcohol content of 12% ABV it is a very pleasant drink.

Korean alcohol

for one person, for multiple people, Korean, alcoholic

복분자주

Bokbunja-ju

0,375 bottle

€ 21,90
Wine from wild raspberries

Fruit wine from the fermented, wild, black raspberry "Bokbunja". An alcohol content of 14% ABV, the deep red coloration and its modest sweetness make this a popular drink.

Korean alcohol

for one person, for multiple people, Korean

자몽 소주

Grapefruit Soju

360 ml bottle

€ 9,50
Soju with grapefruit flavor

The manufacturer writes the following on their homepage: Fresh grapefruit meets morning dew to create the best flavor. This Mixju with an alcohol content of 13% ABV can be enjoyed by everyone, thanks to its prefect mix of grapefruit and soju.

Korean alcohol

for one person, for multiple people, Korean, alcoholic

소주

Glass of soju

0,2 cl

€ 2,60
Korean national drink

Soju is by far the most popular alcoholic beverage in Korea. It is distilled from rice together with sweet potatoes, wheat or barley, the resulting spirit is clear and mild, a very pleasant drinking experience with its 19.5% ABV.

Korean alcohol

Korean, alcoholic

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