Mugicha (Barley tea) One-Pot Teabags - 18 Bags
Caffeine-free, Mugicha is made simply from roasted barley. Enjoy its smooth taste and roasted aroma hot or cold.
In order to bring out the fine properties of barley tea, we fill the teabags with coarsely cracked barley grains. Great for everyday tea at home, and also makes a nice gift.
The key to achieving a light, refreshing taste is to avoid brewing the teabag on the stovetop while boiling the water. The tea will become too strong if left to steep in hot water for too long.
Ways to Prepare
- Put one one-pot teabag into a pot or other large container and add 1 liter (1 quart) of boiled water.
- Let steep for 10 minutes before drinking.
- Put one one-pot teabag into a pitcher or other large container and add 1 liter of cold water.
- Let steep for one hour before drinking.
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For sone reason not easy to give Mugicha ?
But I like this barley tea
I have been purchasing Mugicha (Barley tea) for a few years now and always have a glass carafe in my fridge. It is our go to drink year round. Perfect unsweetened and healthy too. We have had several guests purchase this after trying it in our home. I highly recommend this tea!
The flavor is full. The expectation of a "potful" turned into 5 nearly 2 cup mugs. So, much more value than is promised.
I like my teas mild, but every cup was full bodied. For me, this will be a challenge because I alone drink tea in the family. I put some in the fridge and after microwaving it the next day, it was just a tad off of the original, but perfectly fine to drink. Buying this item you will be rewarded in a waterfall of tea. Lots, for a very fair price.
This is the fine, delicate barley-luscious tea of my dreams. I haven't been able to find it since being in South Korea.
It save my life during a recent four day power outage
I been drinking a cold pitcher of this every day now, too good. I forget to drink water a lot but this is like water but with some extra flavor and I’ve really come around to it very quickly. Definitely a good one to keep in the arsenal, also appreciate that it only takes abt an hour to cold brew cause I’m used to ones that are more like 6-8, with mugicha the lead time from “wish I was sippin” to “actively sippin” is very short!