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Herbal Tea
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Flavors
Cardboard, Rice, Roasted Barley
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Iced 6 min, 30 sec

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  • “I became obsessed with barley tea after trying it in a Korean restaurant. I was suspicious of this brand because I never usually make tea from teabags but my suspicions were thrown out the window...” Read full tasting note
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    grr 21 tasting notes
  • “If you haven’t tried Mugicha- you’re missing out! This is a unique, easy to prepare bagged Mugicha (roasted barley tea) that is incredibly popular in Korea, Japan, and China. I often...” Read full tasting note
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    ChrisTEA 19 tasting notes
  • “This is probably the most successful you can be making a tea with water from a tap (GASP!) The flavor balance of the toasty and light mugi is great, but heating the water...” Read full tasting note
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    torimpls 26 tasting notes

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4 Tasting Notes

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I became obsessed with barley tea after trying it in a Korean restaurant. I was suspicious of this brand because I never usually make tea from teabags but my suspicions were thrown out the window after I tried this tea for the first time.

It’s extremely easy to make but I think the flavor does improve when the water has been heated. For iced tea I steep the bag(s) overnight and for hot tea I use boiling water (212 F) and I steep the tea for a couple of hours. Barley tea tastes great with some honey added or by itself. I have yet to try a wedge of lemon with my tea but I’m sure the citrus would contrast well with robust barley flavor.

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Iced 8 min or more

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If you haven’t tried Mugicha- you’re missing out! This is a unique, easy to prepare bagged Mugicha (roasted barley tea) that is incredibly popular in Korea, Japan, and China.

I often will brew it cold overnight and drink it throughout the day. When I lived in China, and couldn’t drink the water, I would drink Mugicha by the pitcher-full all day- just add boiling water to the bag continually. It has a roasted, light and rich flavor. A bit toasty, a bit nutty. Yum!

Flavors: Cardboard, Rice, Roasted Barley

Xxxxx

I just started cold brewing Muchiga. It’s most enjoyable and thirst quenching.

Christie Lee

Right?! I love it, and it is so economical! I think my box of 50 pitcher sized bags was about 4$ Thank you House Foods!

Xxxxx

It needs more love. I am new to cold brewing and that is a perfect vehicle for Muchiga.

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This is probably the most successful you can be making a tea with water from a tap (GASP!) The flavor balance of the toasty and light mugi is great, but heating the water to steep it gives it a pretty bitter flavor (and I love bitter.) Definitely easy on the wallet though, so this is usually my go-to mugicha.

Preparation
Iced 5 min, 0 sec

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