Garucha hails from South Korea. Made from powdered Jeoncha leaves, its fresh, vegetal, chlorophyll notes are similar to Japanese Matcha. It’s marked by a gentle bitterness.
Garucha is usually made with hot, but not boiling, water, which is whipped into a rich, frothy brew. It’s also a great tea for making lattes. Garucha is also a great way to flavor creamy desserts or cookies like madeleines.