Pan-fried Barley

Tea type
Food Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Barley (Roasted)
Flavors
Roasted, Baked Bread, Grain, Toast, Smooth, Toasted
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Sachet
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Kaylee
Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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6 Tasting Notes View all

  • “Hello childhood! This tastes just like buckwheat. Deep roasted and nutty. I have been drinking it straight, but I’m curious how it would taste with milk. Maybe next time. I’m also intrigued by...” Read full tasting note
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  • “From the Overboard TTB This was quite a bit stronger than I’m used to in terms of barley tea. It had a deep roasted flavor, very deep, but I can see how it can be described as pan fried as the...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sample from Inkling. Thank you! I’ve heard barley tea compared both to grains and to coffee. I don’t like coffee, but I do like grains and bread, and I’m a big fan of herbal tea, so I really...” Read full tasting note
  • “This came in my Lupicia Happy Bag and I’ve been afraid to try it…I’ve never had a barley tea before and the strong roasted aroma had me convinced it was going to be way too strong and bitter for...” Read full tasting note
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From Lupicia

An elaborately roasted two-rowed barley tea roasted in an iron pot. Deep roasted aroma.

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6 Tasting Notes

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672 tasting notes

Hello childhood! This tastes just like buckwheat. Deep roasted and nutty. I have been drinking it straight, but I’m curious how it would taste with milk. Maybe next time. I’m also intrigued by the fruit-flavored versions of this. I’ll have to pick some up in my next Lupicia order.

Flavors: Roasted

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From the Overboard TTB

This was quite a bit stronger than I’m used to in terms of barley tea. It had a deep roasted flavor, very deep, but I can see how it can be described as pan fried as the sweetness that comes from roasted barley didn’t come through as much. It was kind of like eating a very toasted slice of multi grain bread. I appreciated the nuttiness.

rosebudmelissa

This reminded me of toast, too! I haven’t tried any other barley teas, but this made me think I should.

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Sample from Inkling. Thank you!

I’ve heard barley tea compared both to grains and to coffee. I don’t like coffee, but I do like grains and bread, and I’m a big fan of herbal tea, so I really wanted to try this. It definitely smelled like burnt coffee when I brewed it, so I was a bit dubious. But I gave it a taste and the delicious flavor of hearty whole-grain bread toasted ever so slightly darker than I prefer it filled my mouth. This one is definitely a winner. I’ll have to try it again with honey or maple syrup, and I’m definitely going to check out the flavored varieties, too!

Flavors: Baked Bread, Grain, Toast

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Inkling

So glad you like it! :)

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This came in my Lupicia Happy Bag and I’ve been afraid to try it…I’ve never had a barley tea before and the strong roasted aroma had me convinced it was going to be way too strong and bitter for me. But I finally tried it and it’s actually quite tasty! The flavor reminds me of whole-grain toast…very comforting and not bitter at all. A nice surprise!

Flavors: Grain, Smooth, Toasted

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
rosebudmelissa

I’m really curious about their barley teas. They sound interesting, and I’m always looking for good herbal teas.

Inkling

I’d be happy to send you some of this one! Just message me if you’re interested. :)

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Finally, I’m trying the unflavored barley tea from Lupicia after having enjoyed a few of their flavored ones. This one is just what I expected: a rich, roasted-grains flavor and aroma, with a slightly coffee-like edge and a natural sweetness. It’s deliciously cozy hot, and quite refreshing after it cools down a bit too. We’re getting a final burst of summer-like weather (in November!), and the chilled version of this tea reminds me of the bottled barley iced teas that were a favorite while I was growing up.

Cameron B.

I finished my sample of Watermelon Barley today, so good! I’ll definitely be trying all of the other flavors. :D

Mikumofu

The watermelon sounds delicious too! :)

Cameron B.

The lychee is my favorite so far, but I really want to try the pineapple and apricot! :)

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