Tea Cocktails made with Korean Traditional Drinks
Let’s have a deliciously crafted tea cocktail during the festival
We invited a world-class bartender Byungjin Lim from Bar Cham (2021 Asia’s 50 Best Bars 34th – Congrats! ) to show us how to make a tea cocktail with Korean teas and Korean spirits.
Tea Cocktails made with Korean Traditional Drinks – Byungjin Lim @byungjinlim, Bar Cham @bar.cham
Sunday, 18 July 2021
14:30 – 14:45 in Seoul Time (UTC+9)
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Certified Tea Master / TeaClassics @teaclassics 🍵 / Korean Tea Culture Foundation
JUDGE. World Class Korea Competition
WMEB Glenfiddich Global 2nd Winner
DIAGEO World Class Global
@50bestbars described Bar Cham as
“Tucked away in one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Seoul, Bar Cham is set in a hanok, or a traditional Korean house, which hints at what is to come.
Helmed by Lim Byung-jin, Bar Cham offers cocktails based on Korean spirits with local flavours using modern techniques.
You can expect a deep dive into native alcohols, with products sourced from all over the provinces of South Korea. Case in point, they use a craft soju plus bitters made from local roots for their version of a subtly spiced Negroni.
By the way, ‘Cham’ means ‘oak’ in Korean, which is heavily featured in the décor of this intimate venue.”