5 Reviews

You have the best cookbooks. I really enjoyed this tea. I used a sugar substitute, to taste and I had to leave out the pine nuts since I cannot get them.

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littlemafia June 02, 2010

Thank you, thank you! We spent three years in Korea and one of the things I really miss is the cinnamon tea. This recipe tastes exactly like it does in Korea. In Korea it's called soo jeong kwaw, and is served following dinner. It's usually served cold, but I love it hot too.

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Barbara_Ann May 26, 2010

We all enjoyed this , the only exception is that I added some extra sugar to this. We also thought the pine nuts were a nice touch. Made for PRMR tag.

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weekend cooker May 22, 2010

What a wonderful tea and the pin nuts are such a delightful addition. Made as written using Splenda, although DH did add more Splenda to his (DH likes things really really sweet). Will definitely be making this a again. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl May 08, 2010

So easy to make and I just love it. I used 3 very large cinnamon sticks and actually used them again to make more tea the next day. Thanks for a great tea! Made for the PRMR game.

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Sharon123 July 10, 2011
Cinnamon Tea (Korea)