Barely Tea is a refreshing drink known in Japan for hundreds of years. It does not contain any caffeine, which means it's also a great drink for kids! House Barley Tea has a blend of light and deep roasted barley that provides a fragrant aroma, flavorful taste, and toasty nuttiness. The tea bags are packed in aluminum bags to keep their freshness.
Comments about House Foods Barley Tea (Mugicha), 16 Tea Bags, 5.07 oz:
Roast barley tea is famous in Japan as a refreshing hot weaather beverage, but can also be served warm. It has no caffeine, full bodied flavor and extremely easy to make. Place a bag in a quart glass container, fill with water and place in the frig. It's ready in no time and needs no sweetner (my tastes.) When it's half empty, I simply add more water and the second batch is still good, but a little weaker. All natural, nothing artifical, no calories, what more can you ask for? The flavor may not be to everyones tastes, but you can always make it weaker.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
To Serve Tea Cold: Put 1 tea bag into a pitcher. Add 1 qt. water. Let it steep in the refrigerator until cold. To Serve Tea Hot: Add a tea bag into boiling water for 1 to 2 minutes. Keep package in cool place after opening.
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