[Bangyudang] Green Misugaru
Here's the latest Misugaru from Bangyudang - this time it's green!
Bangyudang's Green Misugaru is made green with a herbal plant called Mugwort, also known as sook (쑥) in Korean.
Mugwort's green, aromatic leaves are used frequently in Korean dishes like Jeon (savory pancakes), Maeuntang (spicy seafood stew) as well as desserts like Tteok (Korean ricecakes) and Sook Lattes.
It's also been used in herbal Korean medicine for generations to treat digestion problems, reduce fever and inflammation, promote blood circulation and to make the body warmer.
(Note: Pregnant or nursing women should take precaution with mugwort)
Bangyudang sources premium, locally-grown mugwort for its green misugaru. The young leaves are dried and ground into a fine powder.
This green misugaru contains: Mugwort (20%), Barley (50%), Soybeans (15%), and Brown Rice (15%).
So what does it taste like? This misugaru has an interesting taste - it starts with a subtle grassy note - followed by the regular nutty, grainy flavor of misugaru.
It's become our favorite flavor from Bangyudang!
For a healthy breakfast shake, we recommend mixing a few scoops of this Green Misugaru with honey and milk (exact ratio listed below).
I really enjoy the mugwort taste, in addition to the basic misugaru taste. I ordered this flavour of misugaru as part of the three-colour bundle, and if I had to choose just one of the three to reorder, I think it would be this one!
- Mix of roasted and finely ground grains
- Korean mugwort & grains are all grown locally here in Korea
- No caffeine! Misugaru is high in vitamins, proteins, folates and calcium - great as on-the-go breakfast
- Korean mugwort is good for aiding digestive issues, promoting blood circulation and making the body warmer
Bangyudang is a Korea seed roaster based in Gwangju, South Korea.
They've been roasting grains since 1976. This is a picture from the old days.
After 40 years, the owner (show above) has become a grain roasting master!
They specialize in traditional Korean grains.
Mugwort (20%), Barley (50%), Soybean (15%), Brown Rice (15%)
Expiration period: Listed on Package
Before opening, keep in a cool, dry area
After opening, store in refrigerator
How to enjoy
Misugaru Shake (shown above)
About the Brand
Bangyudang is a Korea seed roaster based in Gwangju that specializes in roasting grains and pressing seed oils.
How to ENJOY GREEn Misugaru
1. Pour 1 cup of milk (~200 ml)
2. Mix-in 4 Tbsp of Green Misugaru
3. Add 1/2 Tbsp of Sugar (or Honey)
4. Stir thoroughly and enjoy!
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A: Use a protein shaker - one with a ball in it. Or use a blender!
A: Yes, use any type of milk that you like.
A: No sugar or salt added. It's 100% natural ground beans and mugwort.
A: The cocoa is imported from Spain. The other 3 ingredients are grown and roasted locally in Korea.
A: Store in the refrigerator after opening.
A: Korea. All products in Gochujar are made in Korea!
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About The Brand
Bangyudang is a Korea seed roaster based in Gwangju that specializes in roasting grains and pressing sesame and perilla oil. They've been in business since 1976 and built a solid reputation for premium seed oils & grain powders.