"it all came at once . . ."
I can't get quite as worked up and excited about some traditional Korean drink as Jean Oh does in a recent, breathless description:
The deep and sweet, intoxicating scent . . . . released an aromatic prelude to . . . . [t]hat moment . . . that . . . . an institute employee uncovered . . . . and pulled it out, dripping, full of fruity grain and liquid. The beauty of it all came at once. Why would anyone pass up an opportunity for . . . this? What wouldn't one do for a mouthful of that silken, malty nectar?I may just have to give up Korean drinks altogether . . . particularly if that top center photo reveals the typical production technique!
But at least it's not makgeolli . . .