- ****anese name is ume (kanji: 梅; hiragana: うめ), while
name is maesil
(hangul: 매실; hanja: 梅實). The ****anese and Korean terms derive
- syrup Maesil
-cheong (매실청; "plum syrup") Mogwa-cheong (모과청; quince
syrup) Yuja-cheong (유자청; yuja marmalade) Maesil
-ju (매실주; 梅實酒), also called
plum wine, plum liquor, or plum liqueur, is an alcoholic drink infused
-ju is made with maesil...
-cha (매실차; 梅實茶) or plum tea is a traditional Korean
tea made from maesil
(fresh plums), omae (smoked plums), or maesil
-cheong (plum syrup). Most...
liquor). It is sweet
and smooth. A similar liquor
in Korea, called maesil
-ju (매실주), is marketed under various brand
Mae hwa soo,...
for at least
nine months. Suanmeitang, Chinese
plum beverage Maesil
plum wine A Simple Guide
to Plum Wine, retrieved
19 May 2020...
- Maneul-jangajji (pickled garlic) Maneul-jong-jangajji (pickled garlic
-jangajji (pickled plums) Mu-jangajji (pickled radish) Myeongi-jangajji (pickled...
- Tare sauce
Wafu dressing Wasabi
Yuzukoshō Zanthoxylum piperitum Cheong Maesil
-cheong Mogwa-cheong Yuja-cheong Honey
Jang Cheonggukjang Doenjang
- in cooking, and as a condiment. There
are liquid varieties
such as maesil
-cheong (plum syrup), jam-like varieties
such as yuja-cheong (yuja marmalade)...
- various fruit wines
and herbal wines exist
cuisine. Acacia, maesil
quince, cherry, pine cone, and pomegranate
are most po****r...