It's a rave in your mouth
You came, you saw, and you chugged all weekend. The cycle repeats.
This time, how about a change of course from your usual beer pong to something different?
Makgeolli is a Korean rice wine with a hint of sweetness, perfect after an arduous hike.
If you're not one for anything vanilla, no need to worry.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, even as an alcoholic beverage. ...Right?
Banana milk, banana choco pie, and now banana makgeolli. When will it end?! Answer: never.
Watermelon season is always happiness galore. How about a watermelon slushie for big kids?
You didn't think makgeolli wouldn't jump on the mango train, did you?
Sure, grapes are usually used in red wine. But who says it can't pull double duty?
Yuzu, or citrus, tea is known to cure a cold. Pretty sure yuzu makgeolli does the same.
Eating blueberries decrease the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Drink away!
Omija berries do the impossible by being sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and pungent.
The collision of fermented makgeolli and acidic grapefruit is explosive to say the least.
Peanuts: a poor man's beer snack or the central ingredient in Jeju Udo's pride and joy.
Koreans have a thing or two for chestnuts. The latest reincarnation: chestnut rice wine.
Get thee to Jeju-do to try their specialty fruit, the hallabong orange, in alcoholic form.
Nectar of the gods for mere mortals.
Tropical, milky, and silky smooth, just the way I like my drink.
Chin chin! Here's to new experiences.
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